A modern update on my CL-909. Stuttering rolls, table-based swing... updated for R5
No graphics, no fancy presets, just good clean fun. Should be lower cpu usage than the original as it's now more sample-based, comes with loads of odd samples (about 30 or 35 different ones in here - hence the big file size), feel free to replace with your own.
Do rolls (stutter) by setting the "gate" for a given hit to be higher than "1" (gate values go from 0 to 1.5).
Accent can be routed all over the place to do all kinds of things.
Mute the reverb instrument for lower cpu.
Lots of individual outs can be wired up - see the ensemble structure.
Table-based shuffle for different feels. Switch to the "B" view to see (and edit!) the shuffle pattern. Probably not a good idea to edit it, as changes are *not* saved with the snapshot, but rather the whole ensemble.
See the "CL-909" instrument in the user lib for a more traditional 909 emulation.
Update Version 2.2 - 2006.06
Updated sequencer to fix snapshot-save bugs caused by R5 and changed version numbers to match NI lib.
Update Version 1.4 - 2004.06
Updated sequencer to fix snapshot-save bugs caused by R4.1.2
Update Version 1.2 - 2003.11
- FINALLY (sorry for the wait, I've been sitting on this for a while). Can be played via external sequencer / MIDI Input! See panel B to set the "Stutter Gate Velocity Level" for the incoming MIDI notes.
- Couple of little bug fixes in the mixer section