Still trying to come up with a sequencer I'm happy with. Right now I have a 16-step phasor driven sequencer. The phasor's output gets multiplied and clipped so that it outputs 0. - 1. sixteen times. Unfortunately for my current patch I have to convert this to bangs to trigger the "startloop" for [groove~] which then plays back the selected part of the file using a grain window for the envelope (controlled by the loop sync output of [groove~].
In summary, it goes audio-rate to bangs and back to audio-rate. I want it to work at audio-rate for the entire sequencer. Is there a way to make [groove~] playback the selected loop using a signal trigger of some sort?
My objectives for this patch is to have a buffer I can playback at a variable speed and only specific segments/loop, triggered at audio-rate. A grain/glitch drum machine.
Here is the patch as it stands now, and I apologize for any incorrect terminology used previously. Just select some beats in the matrix, turn on dac, and press start.