Seq16 Tutorial!
  • Hey all, by user request, I did a tutorial video for the Seq16 Node. Shows the basics and how you can do some interesting things with even the current somewhat simplistic Seq16.

    - Taylor
  • Very instructive. It's interesting to watch you manipulate your creation. I learned a few moves.
    There are a couple of ways to chain Seq16's together which I've experimented with to get triplet time. A reset would be very useful. (The only way to restart the sequencer is to exit the patch.)
  • @JDRaoul, thanks! Just curious, what moves did you learn?
  • Connect mode for one. The way you use lock. I was glad that you also say oops.
  • @JDRaoul, cool. After making all those constant nodes it occurred to me that lock mode should not pan the view unless you actually touch the background. Right now if you miss a knob, then it will pan the view. It should just do nothing.
  • Thanks for this, Taylor. I can't believe it never occurred to me to connect constant nodes to each step!
  • I like to use 5 or 6 constant nodes wired willy-nilly to the sequencer inputs. It produces a tunable scale with melodic repetition.
  • Thanks for video! Also haven't thought about constants)
  • Is it possible to change the number of steps?

    I'd love to be able to set up different length sequences all driven by the same clock signal. Sort of like this...

    Thanks. :-)