Step event => track tempo multiplier

OS_CE Forums Octopus New features Step event => track tempo multiplier

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  • #840

    gseher
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    and I was thinking….
    wouldn’t it be cool to have step events for track tempo multipliers?
    So that tracks can run at variable speed by themselves?
    I haven’t thought about the details, but I’m sure I’d find a use for it…
    Maybe in conjunction with the effector… one track decides at what speed the other tracks will run.. uuhh nice…

    #1849

    Attila Sik
    Participant

    me to !….i keep wishing the octopus had this so we can do some really quirky stuff ! superb ideas

    So that tracks can run at variable speed by themselves?
    I haven’t thought about the details, but I’m sure I’d find a use for it…
    Maybe in conjunction with the effector… one track decides at what speed the other tracks will run.. uuhh nice…[/quote]

    #1866

    gseher
    Keymaster

    Sounds like great fun! I´m in.

    #1867

    Attila Sik
    Participant

    is this ever likely- i really crave for this sometimes…i end uop just doing different multiples on chainse tracks . . . but yes – how crazy can we get > :)

    #2239

    George Stobbelaar
    Participant

    great idea!! … why not going a bit wilder with a step event on bpm?? 👿
    I have no idea if this is possible

    #2266

    Attila Sik
    Participant

    nice idea////

    i think the problem is that this takes equencing into realms not everyone wants to enter – some people love autechra for instance and beats you cannot dance to and some regard this as nonsense , i persoanlly think the future of sequencing will evolve more into humanisation and non repetative cyclic music – its only 4/4 and square so much as much music technology forces or encourages people to work in a square fashion – much like building houses – its harder to build a round house than 4 walls….i’m drifting but tempo multipliers and tempo controlled by step atrributes would really push the boat out , so much can be done already however using track multiples…its very easy to make ‘ unsquare ‘ sequences in the octopus if your into the organic witha little swing and oddness – everytime i turn this machine on it blows me away but i can see a real pleasure in controlling multipliers with step attributes and tempo ! …..a demented kind of pleasure mind you…..!.

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    great idea!! … why not going a bit wilder with a step event on bpm?? 👿
    I have no idea if this is possible
    #2270

    gseher
    Keymaster

    You could maybe look for a second hand Sequentix P3 to run alongside your genoQs gear. The P3’s aux events cover tempo/timebase changes (as well as a host of other stuff) and you can automate them, use accumulators to progressively change or morph them etc. etc.
    I imagine lots of us have more than one synth so owning more than one sequencer can also be a good thing. :)

    #2272

    Attila Sik
    Participant

    yeah the p3s funky !… i only wish i had enough space for more gear , i very nearly bought one a a few years back – last one colin was doing but i then got onto the octopus ….. i do agree – multiple sequencers is cool and like multiple external synths leads to a different set of results – i will admit my sequencer desires have been severly quenched since i got the octopus though.I think the p3 was ahead of its time and remains a bit of a classic . . .maybe a p4 oneday ?

    matt

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    You could maybe look for a second hand Sequentix P3 to run alongside your genoQs gear. The P3’s aux events cover tempo/timebase changes (as well as a host of other stuff) and you can automate them, use accumulators to progressively change or morph them etc. etc.
    I imagine lots of us have more than one synth so owning more than one sequencer can also be a good thing. :)
    #1850

    matt hillier
    Participant

    this has to be no1 for me

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