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Ndlr Jam YouTube link https://youtu.be/t4FZvO0Puio
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[color=rgba(17, 17, 17, 0.6)]Conductive Labs NDLR to Mutant Brain

Drone  pitch info for L.I.P. for kick pitch, triggered by Drum Brute Impact which serves as top kick , same trigger is also used for ducking

Pad to Korg Minilogue

Motif 1 to roland 510
motif 2 to DFAM
NDLR transpose midi to cv to Mother 32 with the Noise Engineering    A.I.

One take Performance / mix all sounds generated in shot
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I liked it. Checked out some other tunes as well. Ended up subscribing. Good job!
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#3
Nice jam, thanks for sharing!
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(07-24-2019, 06:21 PM)House de Kris Wrote: I liked it. Checked out some other tunes as well. Ended up subscribing. Good job!

 Much appreciated !!

(07-25-2019, 03:54 PM)Darryl Wrote: Nice jam, thanks for sharing!

Thank you,  ..... Special request when it comes to the cord sequencing.  

Based on a basic kick snare 16 step drum pattern Where the kick is on steps one and nine, and the snare is on five and 13,  I would love to be able to put chords or just stabs/triggers  on steps 3, 7, 11 and 15 for reggae vibes

 Looking forward to the next update 

 Thank you for such a cool product
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(07-25-2019, 03:56 PM)dubstationzero Wrote:
(07-24-2019, 06:21 PM)House de Kris Wrote: I liked it. Checked out some other tunes as well. Ended up subscribing. Good job!

 Much appreciated !!

(07-25-2019, 03:54 PM)Darryl Wrote: Nice jam, thanks for sharing!

Thank you,  ..... Special request when it comes to the cord sequencing.  

Based on a basic kick snare 16 step drum pattern Where the kick is on steps one and nine, and the snare is on five and 13,  I would love to be able to put chords or just stabs/triggers  on steps 3, 7, 11 and 15 for reggae vibes

 Looking forward to the next update 

 Thank you for such a cool product
Are you requesting a “no chord” step. I was thinking about adding a 0 (“NC”) to the chord degree attribute for a rest-step for the specified duration (0-32).
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