Euclidean sequencer

A sequencer based on euclidean algorithms

(11 Votes)
1 (Updated 5 years ago)
1.7MB
June 25, 2014
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sequencer

DESCRIPTION

A sequencer based on euclidean algorithms, featuringaccents which also follow the euclidean rules.
The sequencer outputs MIDI, so you can map it to any instrument.

COMMENTS  (7)

Mike Harrison
4 years ago
This is awesome, but is there a way to multiply the global clock? Goin a bit too fast for me. Cheers
Paul Weber
5 years ago
Hola Santiago! Do you think you could tweak your Euclidean Sequencer to do this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Z8CuAC_-bg ?? That would be really amazing! Una abraçada! Paul
Rob Stuart
5 years ago
Great! Can you explain how the Euclidean rules work? (Presumably, there is some connection with Euclid's geometry, but I must have fallen asleep during that lesson at secondary school.) One improvement I would like to see: that turning the knobs does not trigger MIDI notes. Can you suppress that? Then your sequencer would be even more useful to me.
santiago vilanova
5 years ago
Thank you guys! Paul, great catalan skills! :-D The "hits" parameters refers to the number of hits that are going to be present over the total duration, defined with "Len" parameter... so Hits=3, Len=8 means that we'll hear 3 hits distributed along 8 steps. Same thing applies for the accents. If we have have 3 hits in the "euclidean" macro, and 1 hit in the "accents" macro, one of the 3 hits is going to have an accent.... and same "euclidean" rules apply for the distribution of accents along the hits... I hope this makes some kind of sense!!!
Paul Weber
5 years ago
Hola Santiago.. m'agrada molt! So simple, yet so wonderful to create polyrithms. Can you post some more instructions with regards to the "hits" in the main and in the accent section? Moltes gràcies!
Paule
5 years ago
asombroso
Ignasi Alvarez Garriga
5 years ago
Amazing !!
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