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Sequencer Ratcheting
« on: February 04, 2016, 10:26:58 am »
Hi All,

Using the Moog Modular V to learn Synthesizers and for weeks now I have been trying to master a technique called sequencer ratcheting. I've browsed forums and online videos tweaked settings and connections and so far have failed to find a successful way of doing this.
Can anyone offer some guidance or pointers?
Is the Modular V able to reproduce this technique?

Below is a couple of videos that uses a similar variant to the Modular that I have been studying to try and attempt such a technique.


Many thanks in advance


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Re: Sequencer Ratcheting
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2016, 12:07:00 am »
I think Tangerine Dream used a Switch. Module 962 or perhaps Module 961.


We can suggest Arturia -  (I do with this reply) -  to create this or another function to make things like this possible, as i really think the sequencer needs the posibily to be more flexible and useful. Tangerine Dream sequences is for me a Moog Modular trademark.

Also i would like Arturia to look at the Coloumn functions. I don't think the trigger is working as supposed to, and the only effect is glide. Alternatively a tutorial for using the triggers and the on buttons would be nice.

If anyone knows about all this for sure, then please join in.

EDIT: It is possible to use the Trigger Delay to Trigger/ Modulate extra notes or someting else, if you set a single sequence step or all the sequence as a input for the Trigger Delay. But as the delay can't be tempo synced, then it's difficult to use. And it's not really what you are looking for. But  perhaps it can be used in some cases.

« Last Edit: February 05, 2016, 03:50:12 am by LBH »


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