tempo link [seq~]

Feb 5, 2010 at 1:03pm

tempo link [seq~]

hello all,

been a while since i posted anything i need help with, so its that time again. this one is tricky for me and all i have done has just been cack, close, but cack.

ok, what i am trying to do is link [seq~] to the tempo that is playing. i have been playing with [seq~] and obviously prefer it to [mtr] as it has overdubbing, but the one problem is that it can not tempo link like you could do with {mtr], or at least let the recorded sequence starton the time you need

so how can i go about doing this?
help would be grateful as i am just stuck now.
here is the [seq~] help file, just to see if people can figure it out. i will try some more and look into some maths books.

cheers…

lewis g. edwards
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smokingbunny.co.uk

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#48112
Feb 5, 2010 at 4:21pm

am sort of close, but still in most ways, far away from it.
this will be used in a step sequencer in the end, that goes to 64 steps.

does anyone have any suggestions?…

#173055
Feb 5, 2010 at 4:36pm

actually, think i have found the solution. i forgot about the phasor link with metro…

#173056
Feb 5, 2010 at 5:09pm

ok now i have sorted the linking issue. would anyone know how to ‘slow’ down the transport, so it does not cycle through 16 steps, but 64 steps instead?…

#173057
Feb 5, 2010 at 5:22pm

I’ve you’ve got a phasor~ in there, had you considered using the rate~ object?

#173058
Feb 5, 2010 at 5:22pm

and this means I get a cut of the thing once you start selling it, right?

#173059
Feb 5, 2010 at 5:35pm

great, thanks for that greg. i think it may be either the lack of sleep and talking with ‘colonel von funk-u-lar’, or the lack of eating food. either way, my brain is fried.
i will pass on a chocolate orange for your troubles, they are tasty. :)

thanks a lot, it means a great deal…

#173060

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