Post by lukesleepwalker on Jan 28, 2019 14:49:06 GMT
This is super cool, thanks for posting this!
Question: what is the easiest way to create a predictable rotation of notes (not chords) by playing one note? Sometimes this is called "round robin". What I'd like to be able to do is go into a StreamByter script and quickly change a list of intervals that would cycle through a series of notes. So, something like this:
start with note C3, +2, -3, +5, -7, +9
I can do this by laboriously scripting out the note changes line by line but that's so much work that I'd probably not do it! Would be great to be able to simply change the interval values as in the above.
Post by lukesleepwalker on Mar 12, 2019 11:33:00 GMT
nic I ran into a design flaw in how I conceived this script after moving to the second piece of it. How do you suggest I reset L0 when any other note outside of the sequence is played? I tried the != operator but didn't get the results I expected.
Post by lukesleepwalker on Mar 12, 2019 17:14:57 GMT
Ah yes, the second flag is perfect! It works as expected so thanks for the suggestion. I have separately scripted out "note offs" as part of my recent experiment because I'm working on a more "ambient-ish" project. If I want to pre load "all notes off" before any new note sounds, is that possible here? In other words, I'd like the note tails to linger for varying lengths but as soon as I play a new note, I want to precede with "all notes off". The alternative is to set the note length manually, but that creates a bit of an abrupt and artificial feel to things.