Four Part Arpeggiator – All Parts’ notes are derived from the chosen chord degree, chord type, key, & mode. See the manual for excruciating details.
- Pad – Note Position and Range. Moving the position and changing the range will turn notes on and off, great for awesome soundscapes. Up to 49 notes of poly!
- Drone – Note Position, Number of notes, and Trigger. Plays 1 to 3 notes continuously or tiggers on beats. Changes with chords or stays on the root note. Good for long evolving synth patches or punchy bass.
- Motif 1 and 2 – Note Position, Length and Variation for Patterns and Rhythms. Use built-in patterns and rhythms or create your own. These sequenced arpeggiators are great for creating lead and bass lines.
Tempo, Key and Mode settings -provide maximum flexibility for solo noodling or jamming with friends.
Menu System – No menu diving, our flat menus make it easy to navigate the 8 menus and the Pattern and Rhythm editors.
Save and Load User Settings:
- Save and load up to 8 global system settings including most performance parameters. Global settings can be changed on the fly.
- In addition to the built in 20 patterns and 20 rhythms; Save 20 user patterns in the Pattern editor. Save 20 user rhythms in the Rhythm editor
Modulation – an 8 slot mod matrix with Source, Destination, and Amount.
- 3 LFO sources – Rate: 0.4 – 40 seconds free running, 1 to 48 beats synced.
Wave Shape (Sine, Tri, Sqr, Pulse, S&H, and Patterns). Probability for LFOs 1 and 2.
- Additional mod sources include; pitch bend, velocity, CCs and aftertouch.
- Modulation destinations include most all The NDLR parameters.
- Modulate parameters on your synths with any MIDI CC (1-127).
MIDI CC control – Most all of The NDLR parameters are CC addressable. See the MIDI CC Implementation table in the User Manual on the Downloads page.
- Internal MIDI clock out (10-300 BPM)
- Internal CV clock out (0-5V), 1 PPQ, 2 PPQ for Korg Volcas, 24 PPQ, with Clock divide.
- External CV Clock In (5V max, currently 24 PPQ only)
- External clock-in on MIDI-in 5 pin A, B or USB (1-4).