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Uncle GroOve 09-08-2013 10:07 AM

Perc improv - holy cow...!
 
Really, really, really speechless!
https://soundcloud.com/uncle-groove/...rcussion-tuned

jue 09-08-2013 11:56 AM

Hello,

ok, ok, ok you reached the surface, so now take breath


and dive...


...welcome to the NumerologyWorld!

best
jue

PS: this was only one Stack, so duplicate it, add a NoteProcessor from the MIDI Processing after the MonoNote, set different values to Probability and Seed in each stack and Pan the stacks a little right and left ... enjoy

Uncle GroOve 09-08-2013 12:46 PM

LOL thanks for the pointers!!
One of my main problms is that if left unbridled, it won't take me too much to fill an arrangement to the gills.
And as the sage ones say "less is more" ;-)
Here I was just contemplating the awesome result of just one instance of N3, all by its sweet self, 'cos even something simple can be very musical (or do its job, depending on what Music calls for in that given moment).

Cheers

Paul

jue 09-08-2013 12:54 PM

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Hello,

here is an example with two Stacks one goes left and one goes right, the signals were generated via the probability and the seed within the NoteProcessors in each stack.
From both stacks the full generated MIDI is also send to the Reaktor / SteamPipe stack were a third NoteProcessor makes a selection for this stack that is panned to the center.

Those who to not have Reaktor could switch the DLS synth on to hear a result.

best
jue

Uncle GroOve 09-08-2013 03:22 PM

Precious example - thanks.
Now I've understood how to properly use the MID bus, LOL!

Ciao

Paul

jim 09-11-2013 12:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Uncle GroOve (Post 11259)

I'm diggin' it!

Jim


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