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Old 10-12-2011, 09:47 AM
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Can't wait to directly compose in N3 with my 256 ! Using MIDI for navigation isn't an issue at all. And as far as I'm concerned, no need for complex stuffs, something similar to Stretta's Plane sequencer directly into N3 would already be damn prefect.
stretta's plane is absolutely brilliant

jim if you haven't seen this you seriously need to check it out
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Old 10-12-2011, 02:05 PM
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stretta's plane is absolutely brilliant

jim if you haven't seen this you seriously need to check it out
I've seen it -- amusingly enough at the Gridfestival in Santa Fe a while back. It took some severe self-control to not whip out the Launchpad and show how I could do the same thing -- and much more, with Numerology, but it was literally right when I walked in that I saw it. I think the stuff that stretta does is pretty amazing, and plane represents some very serious coding and a very cool way to make use of a large monome grid, but I can also see some usability issues that I think could be a problem in a live environment, or when using a small grid. For instance, since it free-scrolls, you have to be pretty good to keep track of what notes are what -- you can't just assume that the bottom row is the tonic, etc.

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Old 10-14-2011, 08:17 AM
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plane is definitely no comparison to n3 and i wasn't trying to insinuate that either

i think the ohm rgb is the way to go with 7 colors and all the extra buttons
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Old 10-16-2011, 12:52 PM
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Certainly there are some tweaks that can be made to the Launchpad mapping so that the UI and the controller follow each other better --
Heh, personally, I don't want the UI and controller to follow each other, that's why I'm interested in a touchOSC "reminder" display of what's going with the launchpad. I'm working the launchpad with on hand and a magic trackpad or touchOSC with another. It's probably because I started with Audiomulch, but I do a lot of live patching. Numerology is slowly teaching me to be more methodical and planning, which isn't a bad thing....

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though the real goal is that you rarely need to look at the computer at all...
Is this the goal for patching too? I was unaware. If that's the case it's too bad the launchpad doesn't have blue lights. That seems like a really difficult issue! Or I guess, unprecedented? I mean, with a hardware modular you certainly have a bit more play in patching, but you can't drop modules in and out at will. As I said, I enjoy live patching so anything that lets you "play" the ordering and routing of the modules themselves will be cool.
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Old 10-17-2011, 05:03 PM
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plane is definitely no comparison to n3 and i wasn't trying to insinuate that either
I didn't think that at all. What I see with plane is a really novel and useful way to use a large grid as a 'sequencing canvas' by incorporating the high-rez knobs as a navigation tool -- there's a lot to learn from that setup.

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i think the ohm rgb is the way to go with 7 colors and all the extra buttons
But only 7 colors, sigh....

(though I expect there are some good reasons for that limitation.)

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Old 10-20-2011, 11:23 PM
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well i am very excited about the controller script updates to come
i'll leave the ipad for things like omni tr and i'll get the ohm rgb for n3
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Old 10-31-2011, 04:18 PM
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i really wish the step lanes of the mono and polynotes had independent lengths
that would a great way to generate evolving sequences in a user defined manner
do you have arpshift for the monome? check it out if not

Also: The note sequencers in N3 are great (speciallly with the LP!) But the real awesomeness begins when you play with CV connections
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Old 10-31-2011, 07:07 PM
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do you have arpshift for the monome? check it out if not

Also: The note sequencers in N3 are great (speciallly with the LP!) But the real awesomeness begins when you play with CV connections
like connecting the pitch out of one mononote to the input of another in a stack?
i have found that to be pretty amazing
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Old 11-01-2011, 08:15 AM
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have a look at the techniques page about discrete sequencing if you haven't yet http://www.five12.com/t3.html

Lots of crazy stuff to play around in those CV folders (make sure to set the library dropdown to advanced not standard)

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Old 11-04-2011, 02:24 PM
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How far are we now from the mega osc/grid control update?
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