It’s a wonderful bit of kit that takes your waveforms and turns them into sequencing steps and rhythmic patterns!
Here’s a powerful animal to add to your sequencing arsenal.
Send your CV to the CV In. As the Voltage increases the sequence steps forward. As the voltage decreases the sequence steps back.
Scale and adjust your input voltage to taste with the Onboard Attenuator and Offset.
Control the Output CV with an individual Potentiometer for each step.
When a step changes, a 10MS trigger is sent to it’s corresponding switch. If the latching switch is depressed it allows the trigger to pass to the Trigger Out.
There is a switch per step for slew (portamento/slide).
and a Potentiometer to control the Slew Amount.
There is also an input to allow gated control of when the slew turns on and off which will work in conjunction with the switches.
This module is looking for 0V to +5V. The Offset is 0V to +5V.
To allow for chaining of the V9a and rests, 0V will put you under the sequencer range and +5V will put you over the sequencer range.
When the sequence drops below step 1 or over step 9, 0V will be sent to the CV Out and No Trigger will be sent to the Trig Out.
When step 1 or 9 is activated a trigger will be sent to the Trig buss.
This one is gonna need a bit more for me to write up on. Basically what we have here is a new way to sequence drums in your DAW quickly. This software essentially is not only a way to organize your drum patterns but to give you every possible combination of notes to construct a pattern in a one bar loop. You have the ability to allow it to endlessly chain these patterns together creating slight groove variations with out the tedious programing. Watch the video and feel free to leave a comment. what do you think about this new way of working. is it quick and fast or is it warping your puny little mind and making you take aspirin. I have yet to try it out but am very interested. I will be heading over to www.wavedna.com to get more info soon.