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Re: [Doepfer_a100] track made to demonstrate timing multiplication in MAQ

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  • Nicholas Keller
    Thank YOU, Peter! Sent from the future
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 13, 2013
      Thank YOU, Peter!

      Sent from the future

      On Jul 13, 2013, at 10:24 PM, Peter Sedin <peterhksedin@...> wrote:

      > brilliant..
      >
      >
      > 2013/7/14 Peter Sedin <peterhksedin@...>
      >
      >>
      >> thanks for this!
      >>
      >> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
      >> From: niroke <maq163x2@...>
      >> Date: 2013/7/13
      >> Subject: [Doepfer_a100] track made to demonstrate timing multiplication in
      >> MAQ
      >> To: Doepfer_a100@yahoogroups.com
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      >>
      >> **
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      >> http://vimeo.com/70227036
      >>
      >> This video matches the soundcloud link I posted the other day in the
      >> DoepferMAQ group. It shows Row 2 altering the timing of both Rows 1 + 2.
      >> Row 1 is sequencing an A-100 patch, which was recorded in one take, with
      >> realtime manual control of FM Depth, Cutoff, and Note Length (using a
      >> joystick and VC Decay module). If you follow the lights on the top row, you
      >> will see the sequence speeding up according to the settings of row 2. The
      >> first minute is just the modular patch sequenced by the MAQ. Row 1 is set
      >> to pendulum mode. This sequence continues to play for the entire track.
      >> You will also notice that sometimes there is no sound when Row 1 is
      >> moving. These missing notes were muted from the captured audio when
      >> arranging the track, and mainly occur at the very beginning and very end
      >> of the track. Otherwise, no editing of the MAQ sequence was done. Had I
      >> planned ahead, these mutes could have been performed live using a joystick
      >> and logic module but would have given different results.
      >> The soundcloud file I posted was rendered at 124bpm. I had to re-render
      >> another version at 120bpm to sync to the video. I made a few changes while
      >> I was at it, but nothing major. Other sounds were played and recorded as
      >> audio from an Indigo 2.
      >>
      >> nick
      >>
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      >> --
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      >>
      >> Mvh
      >>
      >> Peter H.K Sedin
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      > Mvh
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      > Peter H.K Sedin
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