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Unknown sequencer clocking behavior
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Author Unknown sequencer clocking behavior

batchas

Something funny happened while I was clocking the sequencer and doing a video with ideas I wanted to share with you.

I was not aware of this possible behavior.


Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hg7qs9kumMk


BugBrand

I never made a comparator module?! (though getting forgetful now..)


batchas

BugBrand wrote:
I never made a comparator module?! (though getting forgetful now..)

Hahaha!!!

My bad. I'm currently jumping from one system to another. I'll correct this.

I had to edit this. Because I looked again at the video and the behaviour is not like a seuqencer clocked by an audio signal. The speed would be much different.


batchas

BugBrand wrote:
I never made a comparator module?! (though getting forgetful now..)

Don't ask me why, I had in mind a comparator, while I was using the modulator which is completely different!!!
Maybe because I was currently preparing a video to show what I usually do with flip-flops?
Hmmm... But then, what is the relation between flip-flop and comparator???
d'oh! zombie

Oh my, oh my...


batchas

Anyway. Comparator or not, the sequencer behaved strangely isn't it?
Like random actually.

Or am I simply missing too much sleep?


BugBrand

Well, I have no knowledge of what 'clock' you're feeding it - seems to behave like something semi-random / audio-rate-bursts. Maybe you have the source plugged into some other destinations and things have gotten confused?! Do you imply that you are taking the clock source from the modulator output?


batchas

BugBrand wrote:
Well, I have no knowledge of what 'clock' you're feeding it - seems to behave like something semi-random / audio-rate-bursts. Maybe you have the source plugged into some other destinations and things have gotten confused?! Do you imply that you are taking the clock source from the modulator output?

I took the signal out of diverse outputs. First trying with the modulator, then the crusher etc.
I thought first of audio burst, I was just not sure because steps inbetween are quasi inexistent, that's why I asked here, but for sure it's difficult in these conditions to tell.

If it happens again, I'll make a clearer video, with all details if necessary thumbs up

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