Will a sympleseq do this?

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Will a sympleseq do this?

Post by nikmis » Mon Jan 21, 2013 9:41 pm

Right now I have a fonitronik sequential switch. I feed each of the four inputs a different static voltage, and use gate from a keyboard to switch between each step. I put the output of this into a waveshaper cv input or a filter or pwm of an oscillator or something. That way, each note is a different tone. It works, but it is a lot to patch up and it's only 4 steps. S&h is another option for random steps like this, but I like the pattern instead.

So could a sympleseq do this? Can I use a midi converter keyboard gate to clock it? I think so, reading about it, but I have never actually used a step sequencer

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Post by corex » Sat Feb 09, 2013 4:05 pm

Yeah it will do that nicely. It clocks very easily -- the input stage is a comparator.

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Post by hexinverter » Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:55 pm

Yes indeed! It should work fine :) Thanks Corex :yay:

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