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 Post subject: Driving pattern play usin' midi sequencing
PostPosted: Tue Sep 21, 2010 10:10 am 
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Hi there, first post for me here.
I must say that this forum is really helpfull! Nice tricks all over those lines!

My question is :

i have created a bunch of pattern that i want to use tocreate a song.
I've noticed that you must press your patterns pads in rythm in order to keep it good.

And i was wondering myself :
because it's possible to manage playing back sample usin midi triggering with an extern sequencing device, is there a way to make it working, triggering the pads in pattern mode, in order to make the 303 groovin in right tempo?

Is there here any 303 magician wich is able to make this trick comin true??
(i'v already record each pattern in audio in order to make it being replayed threw my mpc, but the audio matter decrease the overall sound grain...)

Thanks for any advice, and sorry for may bad frogged english...

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 Post subject: Re: Driving pattern play usin' midi sequencing
PostPosted: Tue Sep 21, 2010 10:52 am 
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Fsuchs wrote:

And i was wondering myself :
because it's possible to manage playing back sample usin midi triggering with an extern sequencing device, is there a way to make it working, triggering the pads in pattern mode, in order to make the 303 groovin in right tempo?

Is there here any 303 magician wich is able to make this trick comin true??
(i'v already record each pattern in audio in order to make it being replayed threw my mpc, but the audio matter decrease the overall sound grain...)

Thanks for any advice, and sorry for may bad frogged english...



sorry, unfortunaltely this is not (for now) possible...
...if some midi magician is there , let your light come to us...

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 Post subject: Re: Driving pattern play usin' midi sequencing
PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2010 6:44 am 
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ooh sooo bad....... Seems i have to refere to my own sense of groove :p
Thanks for ya answer.
Keep groovin' !

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 Post subject: Re: Driving pattern play usin' midi sequencing
PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2010 3:36 pm 
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damn your music is great!!! :o

speaking for the 2 pattern, no there is no midi function like "pattern switch"... i would recommend using your 1k to program midi tracks/pattern, which you can record to the 303 afterwards... only way i see now is to perfect your cutting on the wav-pattern... play them on mute groups... but yo i guess you know all that shit...

if we only could convert pattern files into midi files :roll: ...


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 Post subject: Re: Driving pattern play usin' midi sequencing
PostPosted: Thu Sep 23, 2010 4:51 am 
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Ooh thanks :D

Happy you liked it ;)

"If only" seems to be the right expression!

gonna try to drive the whole pattern organisation through the AKAI 1K.

and I gonna post the result here.....just need little time to go threw the midi organisation of the 2 devices.

Thanks for replying!

See ya!

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