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  • Sequential Circuits
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    Definitely a massive improvement over the current implementation of pads view.

    You can have the same pad selector on the upper right of the screen that the keys view has, which frees up the upper right knob to control parameter amounts for the on screen buttons. I'd personally have ratcheting (retrigger) and velocity replace mute and random. Now other things are free to add in the two events slots. Also the clear button should clear a single pad's sequenced notes within the single pad screens. I'd have 16 notes up on the screen at once (with steps greyed out if the sequence is smaller) and instead of the zoom knob function, I'd have it scroll through the following/prior 16 step pages. Like your mock up, it'd land on the last note played, which makes things much easier to find if you have long sequences. To go back to the beginning you simply double tap the stop button.

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  • Steve
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    Thanks for posting. For the record, the Facebook group belongs to a user - it is not our group. You are better to comment here if you want us to see it.

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  • ChicoC
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    Hello!

    Shortly after firmware 2's launch I posted on 1010music Blackbox's Facebook group about the sequencer. Pasting here so my personal bit of feedback might be perhaps considered:

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1010...83016185663643

    "(...) Touch-zoom is too fiddly and unengaging.
    Some sort of 'quantized zoom-in lock' (maybe using knob 1) per pad-sequence so we could have a step grid (different zoom levels as we turn, ala Squarp Pyramid perhaps) filling-up the display, and maybe flip between different pad sequences using knob 2 while in zoomed-in, knob 3 for sub-steps and knob 4 for quick pattern generation following some rule.
    Just want to put this out there because I really love it and wish the sequencer was at the level I find the rest of it is."

    Hope this or something like it is being worked on!

    Chico

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  • dertranb
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    FW 2.0.0 is a great update, & makes the BB a grown up. but i'm still looking forward a kinda "midi rec specification / exclusion"

  • dertranb
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    (bb is on 17f)

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  • dertranb
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    Originally posted by DavidM View Post
    I can do this with Blackbox 1.7f firmware update.
    I set the midi of the pad that I am going to write a sequence with to whatever channel I want, if you want more pads , set the same midi channel in each one.
    - the manual says if the tools/global/midi is set to Omni then the pad settings take preference over the Global.
    so then when all other channels play, the channel I have set for that specific pad will only play with that midi channel from external input.
    then I write sequences with only those channels and keys

    is that want your asking ?
    thanks for your help/input, but sorry, i may not fully understand what you describe : if those channels and keys is meaning "every sound you hear is recorded", well that is exactly something i DONT want... my problem : i want to record one pad sequences that i play with my midi keyboard, on channel X, while other pads are been triggered (on other midi channel) / are playing WITHOUT been recorded (since there are drumbrute dependant). it seems that steve acknowledged this problemn so i think there is no workaround at this point

    Originally posted by DavidM View Post

    as also You can import midi to a sequence via SEQS's edit box import.
    not applicable here, jam/improv oriented music

    Originally posted by DavidM View Post
    On the other hand, If you are saying that you want to jam playing premade sequences in Blackbox triggering them with a select-able Midi channel and your own chosen CC's then
    no, i am NOT speaking about sequences launching/dealing, but about the BB been able to play several pads, but only record one.
    Originally posted by DavidM View Post
    yes I would like that too !!!
    as Sequeces are being triggered by notes on by my keyboard when I play them even when I don't want them to be played.

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  • Andrie
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    i think xtra sample slots would be stretching th cpu a lot / too much ?!

    ++1 alter resonace or filter character
    What a bout an actual master filter + LFo in stead of the reverb and delay fx

    really missing in current functionality :
    * midi led feedback for clips and sequences !!
    * Custom colour of sequences

    * 32 sequences in stead of 16 (thru a sub page)

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  • jayneural
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    I've edited my original post to add the idea of side-chaining among the "FX & MIX" suggested improvements.

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  • jayneural
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    +1 for this, and I would add a "MIDI CTL" choice on the type of PAD menu that would relieve us from having to load a blank sample when we want to to sequence external gear

    If the way the firmware is designed does need a sample to be loaded : the firmware itself should provide and load an empty sample and remove it when selecting an actual sample type PAD.

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  • DavidM
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    I can do this with Blackbox 1.7f firmware update.
    I set the midi of the pad that I am going to write a sequence with to whatever channel I want, if you want more pads , set the same midi channel in each one.
    - the manual says if the tools/global/midi is set to Omni then the pad settings take preference over the Global.
    so then when all other channels play, the channel I have set for that specific pad will only play with that midi channel from external input.
    then I write sequences with only those channels and keys

    is that want your asking ?

    as also You can import midi to a sequence via SEQS's edit box import.

    On the other hand, If you are saying that you want to jam playing premade sequences in Blackbox triggering them with a select-able Midi channel and your own chosen CC's then

    yes I would like that too !!!
    as Sequeces are being triggered by notes on by my keyboard when I play them even when I don't want them to be played.

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  • breadmachine
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    Haha, I was about to get out my sketch book to draw up a better sequence screen when I saw this. God this would actually make this thing usable to create sequences...

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  • Steve
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    Have a look at our YouTube channel. We have a series of videos on the blackbox that might help explain some of this.

    https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL...L_BrN7tqwjBrwC

  • arteom
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    There are 16 sequences, but it is not correct to say that each one is tied to only 1 sample. Each sequence can trigger any combination of sample pads, play slices in a sample pad, or play a sample pad chromatically. A sequence can also be used to play external equipment. There's a fairly good amount flexibility on how one might go about using the sequence section. Part of the fun is figuring that out and making use of it in a way that suits your needs and style. As far as the number of 16 not being enough - not be all end all. I have my own reasons why I would like more, which I have expressed elsewhere, but there are ways to work around it.

  • rev-eng
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    +1 to start position. Would allow neat offset rhythms

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  • Freeways
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    I am currently waiting on the arrival of a newly purchased Blackbox, but this discussion is making me a bit confused about how the Blackbox operates. Correct me if I’m wrong but is it like this: you have 16 sequences and each one is connected a sample, and all of the sequences can play at the same time, so they can trigger up to 16 samples.... Some people are asking for more sequences because they want more ways to play out the 16 samples (to create variations or have more fleshed out song structures), but others are saying that it would cause too much cpu strain to do this. My question is, would it cause cpu strain to have 16 more sequences because you would then be given the option to trigger 16 other samples? This is of course assuming that each sequence is connected to a specific sample, which I’m not clear about. If it doesn’t work like this, then I definitely think adding more sequences is important to the creation of complex structures.

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