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Chaining chords / chord pattern
#1
Hi all,

Is there a possibility to chain chord buttons in any way? I was wondering if I could invoke a sequence like V (3 times) - VII (10 times) - II (8 times) and have the NDLR follow this pattern. Is this what Mod Destinations can be used for?

Thanks!
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#2
For sure you can use a modulator to trigger chords. You can also create a pattern and use it as a modulation waveform for a more specific and synced chord trigger. You can also sequence chords from an external sequencer connected to a MIDI input on The NDLR.

Ultimately though, we plan to add a chord sequencer to The NDLR which will provide deliberately timed chord sequencing.
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#3
Darryl, any timeframe on when that chord sequencer update may come?
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#4
Did somebody say "Chord Sequencer?!" :o) That would be noooice!
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#5
We should have a rough idea of timing late next week.
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#6
(06-14-2019, 08:33 PM)190531085100 Wrote: Hi all,

Is there a possibility to chain chord buttons in any way? I was wondering if I could invoke a sequence like V (3 times) - VII (10 times) - II (8 times) and have the NDLR follow this pattern. Is this what Mod Destinations can be used for?

Thanks!
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I posted a video showing how you can sequence chord changes from an Elektron Digitone, but the principle is the same for any other sequencer. But I agree - the preview of the chord sequencer in the latest newsletter looks great!


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#7
Steve finished the MIDI Controller feature today, and started on the chord sequencer! Excited!
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#8
Synthdad, thank you for the video! This is extremely helpful. The only sequencers available to me right now are the SQ-1 and the Circuit. I will try to recreate your setup.
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#9
If you didn't happen to see it, the Chord Sequencer beta release is in the beta release FW section...
https://conductivelabs.com/forum/forumdi...php?fid=10

The updated manual on conductivelabs.com has the instructions for how to use the new features.
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#10
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Away from home at the moment so not able to try out the new features. I'm surprised there hasn't been more reaction and I'm looking forward to trying this out. I see the increments on the chord sequencer are quantised to 1/8ths. I'm curious to know how many 8ths you can choose. Does it go up to 32 or more? Presumably the note length is at present - keep playing till the next chord?
Come on you lurkers, what do you think of the chord sequencer?
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