Sequencer based on nested mod functions
|anything||value > 0|
|1/Hz||for tempo syncing|
|0 to 1||in 64 bars|
|0 or 1||width modulated gate|
|0 or 1||0.001 second trigger or half stage pulse, only when seq value > 0|
|0 to 1||direct seq values can be fed back to another sequencer|
|0 to 1||S&H seq value|
||for all sequencers|
||Total sequence length|
||Length of nested sequence|
||Cycles the phase of the sequence|
||Shifts sequence along sequencer|
||Follows gate tempo & becomes the max tempo when latched to the gate tempo|
||Latches sequencer tempo to gate tempo as described above, else they’re independent|
||Shifts the tempo range for gate and sequence|
||Reverses the inner cycle when the count reaches just over half way|
||Reverses the inner cycle count|
||Shuffles every other beat, duplet or tripplet|
||Sets shuffle when modulating the tempo|
||continuous gates even when seq value > 0|
||described in outputs|
The sequencer is based on a saw, 64 bars long or 1024 1/16ths
A count is created from the saw, defined by the sequencer division.
Gates are created from the saw, defined by the gate division.
The count and the gate work in parallel but the saw for the gates needs a z-1 to capture the parallel count.
All sequencer movements are controlled by mod functions and maths.
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