Howto phasor~ drive 16-step sequencer?

    Jul 25 2012 | 11:03 am
    Yes a master phasor sounds like a good idea to drive for example 7 step-sequencers but how do people go about doing this. How to implent "shuffle"? This can't be right: [snapshot~ 20] * 7 stepsequencers running - can't be right. Could send a masterclock from the [snapshot] but then you can't use [rate~] independently which is fun for weird timings.
    The question is: how do you make a 16-step sequencer abstraction with a master phasor? I'm new at this.

    • Jul 25 2012 | 2:24 pm
      Mabe seq~ is what you want?
    • Jul 25 2012 | 11:54 pm
      Christopher: not looking for Seq~, just a way to drive multiple step sequencers 'n sync (heh...) a la this:
      (This is just an illustration; got a big fat multislider thingy with pattr's etc.) It's better to use phasor because of the timing instead of a "sloppy" metro? Still "snapshot"'ing like mad. Perhaps i'm looking for some golden way of doing things. [Phasor] [* 16] [snapshot 1.] [fetch $1]. Can't really think of a different way to do this. If someone could post an example of syncing 2 or more sequencers in a clever way.
    • Jul 26 2012 | 1:07 am
      until now i have never found a reason to go for audio instead of metro, except in an all-audio system.
      using phasor~with snapshot~ is something you should quickly forget about.
    • Jul 26 2012 | 5:29 am
      [phasor~] [*~ 16] (# of steps) [pong~ 1 0. 1.] [
      with just four objects you get a pretty decent audio rate sequencer. output of less than object can go to an adsr~ or such to stay in signal, or to an edge~ to let bangs take over. from the phasor~ you get a master clock and from the pong~ a step clock to play around with. put an trunc~ after the [*~ 16] to get a step count which can go to an index~ loaded with whatever controls you'd like (pitch values, envelope triggers). sometimes i put pong~ into a trapezoid~ for envelopes. probably every patch i make start with these ideas.
    • Jul 26 2012 | 9:53 am
      Great with pong~ Cudnylon, now i can sequence back and forth. Next question: Shuffle!? Have tried this with [pibe] or was it [delay] on every 2,4,6,8... and it worked. But how do you shuffle with phasor? Fuck around wite [rate] or what? Quick sketch that doesnt work below:
    • Jul 26 2012 | 10:35 am
      Here's one way - if you search the forum, I'm sure you'll find others, Cheers Roger
    • Jul 26 2012 | 7:25 pm
      Here's a (very) slightly different way of doing it that shows one way of incorporating % into it.
    • Jul 27 2012 | 10:38 am
      Great Peter! This can easily be adapted into a "setup" like this?: Some questions inside should you bother... seems to work nicely with snapshot; can't really see a way around it but then again im no mathematician.
    • Sep 26 2015 | 7:30 pm
      [phasor~] [*~ 16] (# of steps) [pong~ 1 0. 1.] [< ~ 0.5] (gate size)
      using the setup above, what is an ideal approach to creating a dotted repeated output signal, example for 16 steps: ** * * ** * ** ** * * ** *
    • Sep 27 2015 | 7:00 pm
      I tend to use this sort of arrangement:
      I like using phasor~ to drive the system as it can be easily distorted for unusual sequencing patterns...
      It is using phasor~ and snapshot~ though, is there a reason this is not recommended?