noobie question about timing and sequencing


    Jan 23 2010 | 10:41 am
    Presumed we have a masterphase running at a 4/4 time signature,
    We get a count of four steps, but each sequencer has 32 steps and were only using the first four steps of the sequence. What should I have to do to get 32 steps at 4/4?
    Do I have to scale the phase again?
    every help will be much appreciated!

    • Jan 23 2010 | 1:53 pm
      you may have answered the question yourself, but it would help to see the patch for some detail
      Brendan
    • Jan 23 2010 | 1:54 pm
      ps, the beauty of Max is, there's no such thing as a noobie (i think)
    • Jan 23 2010 | 6:13 pm
      Oh, there *is.*
    • Jan 23 2010 | 6:43 pm
      Only a newbie would say "there's no such thing as a noobie" :-)
    • Jan 24 2010 | 12:22 am
      @Chris
      when i meant was, the Max community is (largely) one of the most egalitarian and non-elitist resources there is: we all contribute on an equal basis, with a shared goal. But at last, a clear definition of 'noobie', thanks.
    • Jan 24 2010 | 12:40 am
      I'm enjoying my time as a noob, inspiration is everywhere!
      Anyway..........re the original question, if it was me, I would scale the output of phasor~ again ([phasor~ ] > [*~ 32 ] > [trunc~ ]) like you suggested and go from there. As long as you make sure that every 8th step == 1 crotchet/quarter-note of the original tempo it will work fine.