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Step Sequencer: How have initial attack happen every note?

 
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CorgieFan



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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 12:29 am    Post subject: Step Sequencer: How have initial attack happen every note? Reply with quote

I'm trying to use the Step Sequencer to play a melody, how can I get the initial "Attack" of each note to re-play again?

For instance I'm using the I-050: Stinger Syn Brass sound, which has a bright attack that gets muted after the initial attack. When I hold the note down to play the sequence I've created, the initial bright attack only happens on the first note and the rest of the sequenced notes are muted with no initial attack.

Is there a way to tell the Step Sequencer to have each sequenced note strike like a "fresh note" instead of a continuation of the first note?

Thanks in advance.
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voip
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 5:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Program I-D050 seems to sound the same here, attack-wise, with each note played. Similarly in Sequencer mode, when used on its own. It is possible the effects from one of the other Programs in the Sequencer may have effects that do not reset with each keystroke, and Program I-D050 is being routed through those.

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CorgieFan



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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 10:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks so much for responding voip. Are you saying you are hearing the "new" attack of each note in the step sequencer, as opposed to what I'm saying about only hearing the "drone" of the held note play through the step sequence like I'm hearing?

Here are screenshots of what I did to set assign OSC1 and OSC2 to Step Sequencer, and I'm not hearing the new "strike" of a new note play through the sequence, am I leaving something out I should be setting up?



Thanks so much for any suggestions you can give me. the I-D050 program is "stock" on my Kronos so I wouldn't think any effects would be different for me than they would be for you.

Thank you!
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HardSync
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 1:13 am    Post subject: Re: Step Sequencer: How have initial attack happen every not Reply with quote

CorgieFan wrote:
I'm trying to use the Step Sequencer to play a melody, how can I get the initial "Attack" of each note to re-play again?

For instance I'm using the I-050: Stinger Syn Brass sound, which has a bright attack that gets muted after the initial attack. When I hold the note down to play the sequence I've created, the initial bright attack only happens on the first note and the rest of the sequenced notes are muted with no initial attack.

Is there a way to tell the Step Sequencer to have each sequenced note strike like a "fresh note" instead of a continuation of the first note?

Thanks in advance.


Because you're holding the note down, the filter EG is going to continue to run through its stages as normal. You could try to reset the filter EG by some means to make it start at the beginning again, or you could just simply edit that program's filter EG decay and sustain to leave it at is highest level throughout. I would probably choose the latter in this case. But really, it's going to depend on what you want out of the sound. If you do want some muting of the sound for each melodic note, which you probably do, I'm not certain what to do in this case. Well, actually, I would shift the program into sequencer mode and create patterns there instead of using the step sequencer. But that's a pain if you want your melodic patterns to track the notes you play on the keyboard, for instance. In that case, I might try to duplicate the program in HD-1 and then make a wave sequence out of it instead.

Anyway... maybe none of this particularly helpful, but holding down the note means that filter EG is going to keep running and the filter brightness is decreasing because of it.
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darwinwiebe



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 3:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Do you have the Kronos 2? If so, you may be helped by looking at the voice “Kyrie” in the bass category. If not, then I don’t know what you can check. But this is something I have yet to figure out, but I’m sure it has to do with the ams mixer area. It seems to mix a gate along with the step sequencer.

Just not sure how it all works together to “retrigger” a new note with every step.
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