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MGSequencer

A multi gate/row sequencer

(5 Votes)
Glyn Darby
1.01 (Updated 3 weeks ago)
15.3MB
November 14, 2019
Reaktor 6
Instrument Sequencer

DESCRIPTION

A 16 note sequencer with 8 4 note sequencers and 2 16 note sequencers all with selectable gate inputs and built in probability, most function have A/B modulation. Use the view panel A or B to use patch cables. Hope you enjoy it. Cheers Glyn.

Version.1.01

A few GUI improvements and included the MGS as a single BLOCK.

Cheers,
Glyn.

COMMENTS  (8)

Philippe Loiseau
2 weeks ago
Quite stupid from me, now I understand this, it is a lot more simple !
Glyn Darby
2 weeks ago
Hi Philippe, yes mate, COLUMNS would be the right term, not ROWS as I termed them. Cheers, Glyn.
Philippe Loiseau
2 weeks ago
so ROW A to D are actually colums, right ? :-)
Glyn Darby
3 weeks ago
HI Philippe, That's OK, basically as you see in the GUI there are 16 PITCH Knobs set out in 4 ROWS of 4 PITCHES with ROW 1 being the top ROW of PITCH Knobs, ROW 2 being the next ROW down and so on for the next 2 ROWS DOWN. ROW A is the 4 PITCH Knobs that go DOWNWARDS vertically under the letter A, ROW B is the 4 PITCH Knobs that go DOWNWARDS vertically under the letter B and so on for the next 2 ROWS C and D. This gives you from the 16 PITCH Knobs, VELOCITY VALUES, switches for GATE and SLIDE a possible 10 SEQUENCES that can run all at the same time to connect via their corresponding OUTPUTS. Hope this helps mate. Cheers Glyn.
Philippe Loiseau
3 weeks ago
Thanks Glyn. Still remaining a little mysterious to me are the ABCD mechanism.
Glyn Darby
3 weeks ago
HI Philippe, firstly thanks for your comments. Basically from left to right you have. External pitch and mod inputs, When the blue box over the TRACK and EXT show pitch and the reset are controlled by what is plugged into the corresponding inputs or reset can be manually set by pressing the box above EXT. Next is the PROBS GATES PITCH section. Anything plugged into the GATE inputs can be muted via the M button and the probability of the GATE opening or closing is controlled via the PROB knob corresponding to its particular GATE and it can be MODULATED via the A/B knob - or +. GATE TIME is the amount of time it is open for. GLIDE TIME and PORT. are GLIDE amount for when a selected note is set to GLIDE (ORANGE BUTTON in the ROWS section) and PORT. is for all NOTES being played. Next is the SEQUENCER ROWS SECTION Here you can set what happens in each individual ROW or full 16 SEQUENCES. SEL. is the selected GATE input 1 to 6. DIR. is the pattern of the sequence. STP. is the amount of STEPS in the SEQUENCE 1 to 4 in the individual ROWS across and DOWN (ROWS 1,2,3,4 and A,B,C,D) and 1 to 16 in the full set of the combined ACROSS and DOWN ROWS. All the above can be MODULATED via the A/B inputs. In the PITCH section there are the 4 ROWS of 4 PITCHES and GATES across and down, each PITCH and GATE has a KNOB that controls the NOTE PITCH and under this is a draggable numeric display of the VELOCITY. The TOP Switch (BLUE) is the GATE ON/OFF and under that is SLIDE (ORANGE) Switch.
Philippe Loiseau
3 weeks ago
Could you explain roughly the patch flow, what are doing the different sections ? I've understood a few things, but...
Philippe Loiseau
3 weeks ago
Nice work !
now