Re: [korgpolyex] Arpeggiator questions
- On Sat, 29 Dec 2007, korgpolyex800 wrote:
> I've never worked with a random arpeggiator, so I would like to get some==================
> input from you all as to what modes there should be in random mode. One
> way of doing random could be to randomly switch octaves for each note
> that is held down. So if C#1 and G#4 notes are on then randomly choose
> C#1,2,3 or 4 and G#1,2,3 or 4. Does that make sense?
> What other random arpeggiate modes could there be?
this covers pretty much everything that an arpeggiator could/should be -
that should give you some ideas and inspiration, but i'd be surprised if
you find a way to implement more than the basics, given the 800's limited
UI. it may also be useful to go over the manual for the oberheim cyclone,
but i've never played with one of those.
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- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Atom Smasher <atom@...> wrote:
>If you have access to a computer running OS X, there's a free virtual
> for testing out the 800mk3 software, i suspect that most/all of the
> controllers you mentioned would do the job.
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