8 Step Advanced Sequencer
This 8 step sequencer combines a traditional
0 to 1 modulation sequencer with a volume control for each step.
How it works
The clock used to step the sequencer forward is multiplied by the volume knob and sent to the gate output. The gate height determines how high the attack period of an envelope will rise to, allowing you to program in dynamics and even step skips (by turning the volume knob all the way down).
This sequencer may cause clicking in your envelopes. If the sequencer is running quickly enough, the envelope may reset to a new height. This brings up a question of how to deal with dynamic envelopes that I started a discussion about in the Build Help category.
||Red light indicates current step.|
||Alters outgoing gate height.|
||Minimum step for sequencer.|
||Maximum step for sequencer.|
|1.0||8 Step Advanced Sequencer v1.0.audulus (28.2 KB)||4/30/18||Will cause envelopes to click in some circumstances|
|1.0||8 Step Advanced Sequencer v1.0 Demo.audulus (708.6 KB)||4/30/18||Demonstrates the sequencer using some flip-flops triggered by clock dividers to show off how you can add some variation to a normally straight-forward sequencer. The envelopes in this demo have slew limiters to prevent clicking. Also includes drums.|
|1.0||8 Step Advanced Sequencer v1.0 Clicking Problem.audulus (170.0 KB)||4/30/18||Demonstrates the clicking problem with this sequencer and envelopes.|