More fun with logic and sequencers

2020-02-27.vcv (133.4 KB)

This is more a proof of concept that got away from me than a complete compositional workbench.

But it involves different sequencers interacting to generate related sequences.

  1. Two @jeremy Wentworth GridSeqs.
  2. Note data for two voices generated by in one case adding the two sequencers and dividing by 2 – i.e. the average of the two sequencer’s note CV. In the other case, you multiply the two sequencer’s note CV and then divide by a constant to keep them in a reasonable range.
  3. Gates are generated for the first voice by the XOR of the gates from the two GridSeqs. The second voice ANDs a steady 16th note pules with the the inverse of the gates from #1.
  4. Sample & Hold used to catch the note CVs at the time of a gate signal. In other words, AND with a steady clock so you get triggers that stay in time for #2, only when there’s no gate coming from #1.