i’m a newbie in the modular synth world and this is my first post here.
currently i use NYSTHI/ Squonk for sequencing and Seq++ for piano like notes input.
i find out, that with OverA in Squonk it is possible to feed cv and after a test it works.
But how do feed a whole sequence from Seq++ to Squonk?
As far as i understand, i have to read out every single note clocked from Seq++ syncronized with the clocked Squonk.
And how do i feed the serialized notes into the single OverA per step?
I don’t know.
Any ideas here?
Thanks in advance.
My advice would be to not use Squonk in this case. Seq++ has all you need: clock in, gate out, CV out. Why would you need Squonk by Nysthi, famous for being very good, very complex and not having manuals?
Thanks for your info.
I use squonk, because it is chainable and has a quiet simple and working solution for ratchering. I love it.
How could i transfer my notes from seq++ info any other sequencer?
Do you know others?
Or an idea to transfer?
I will test any other sequencer as well.
You can copy and paste between Seq++ and some other sequencers. I think that’s in the manual. You can also save a midi file and load it into other sequencers. And, while it can’t be controlled in real time, you can easily ratchet any note or chord or whatever using “xForm: chop notes”. Although I’ve never used it, does the OES output let you chain them?
Hello, i tested chop notes. And yes it works. Thank you.
I will play with different configs and come back here.
What does OES mean?
End of sequence. That a feature that was added afte I stopped working on these. @robert.kock might have more info about this.