I’m fairly new into modular synths, as I played with sequencers I’ve noticed that when you trigger a gate with it, if there is no “off” signal in between it just stays oppen.
I’m trying to do drum sequences and I don’t know how to approach this, nor how to search info about (I’m sorry if this has already been solved).
Have a nice day!
Not usually an issue if triggering a drum module as their default is fast attack and then die quickly.
If instead you’re trying to produce drum sounds from a noise source or synth voice then try and apply an envelope with fast attack and very little to no release.
What specific modules are you trying to use for drums?
I tried with Nysthi Programmer and vcv seq-3
I have vcv noise output into the mixer, the output from the sequencer (row) into vcv ADSR gate and the output to the CV on the mixer (same chanel)
I get a similar sound to a hh, the thing is that if I’m using a 16 step sequencer, I only can get 8 hits, as they have to be “on-off-on-off…” I’m not sure if there is a way to “auto close” in between steps or if I even should be approaching this this way.
I’ll give a try on drum modules see what i can get! ^^
Check out some of Omri Cohen’s videos on YouTube- he has some great tutorials and example patches.
If you skip to the end of this one you’ll see an example of a patch with a sequenced kick drum sound that starts as noise
Right now I solved the problem by using Autodafe TriggerSeq. I’ll guess that a trigger and a gate are not the same, allthough I am not sure hehe.
I’ll check the video, thanks!
you are right, the main difference between triggers and gates is, trigger is a short signal , gates can have an arbitrary duration.