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  Triggering the internal sample tracks from the drum matrix
Posted by: visti - 09-29-2022, 07:44 AM - Forum: General Questions - No Replies

I really like the speediness of the drum matrix - is there a way to trigger the internal samples using it? I know that I'd probably still need one of the dedicated sample tracks to control parameters, I'd just like to bang out some rhythms in a quick and visually cohesive way.

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Heart Use 4 inputs for audio in, mixer functionality, outputting stereo to sample outputs
Posted by: nullwave - 09-27-2022, 08:36 PM - Forum: Feature requests - Replies (2)


I was curious if it would be possible at some point to introduce a mixing feature on the nerdseq.

The use case would be to use the 4 inputs to receive audio, have an internal mixing bus, then send the output in stereo to the 2 sample outputs.
Maybe even have the ability to automate volume control through the sequencer Angel 

This would be very useful to have, but I'm not sure if the audio inputs would even support this to start.

I also know you are very busy but I figured I would at least ask!

Thanks for all you do on the nerdseq platform, it is much appreciated!


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  Clock/Reset IN alternative functionality?
Posted by: ianski - 09-23-2022, 06:45 PM - Forum: Feature requests - No Replies

As I always use the Nerdseq as the master clock for my system I wondered if the clock & reset in could be given other functions when not using external clock?

The most amazing/useful functions would be similar to the 4 general inputs, although I suspect clock & reset in are not capable of receiving v/oct or cv anyway?
Maybe the clock in could act as a tempo control or clock divider? It would be great to be able to reset the Nerdseq while the internal clock is running too.

Not sure if anything like this is of course possible or even considered important enough to bother working on,
but it would be great to have a use for the 2 iredundant nputs when the internal clock is used.

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  Original MIDI IO Expander - power over MIDI?
Posted by: sak-rwsd - 09-23-2022, 08:24 AM - Forum: NerdSEQ Expanders - Replies (2)


I’m preparing a performance rig and wondering if the original MIDI IO Expander can power a midi splitter such as the Quadra Thru 4 over MIDI?  Trying to save myself from carrying another power adapter!



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  My NerdSeq setup!
Posted by: spif - 09-22-2022, 08:42 AM - Forum: Your Setup - Replies (1)

Posted this on Reddit yesterday and thought it would be cool to share here as well. Loving my NerdSeq setup with two extra screens!


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  Enable Midi Clock but Disable Stop/Start messages
Posted by: spif - 09-22-2022, 08:36 AM - Forum: General Questions - Replies (2)

Hi there,

Very happy with my NerdSeq and it's amazing to control all my CV / Triggers and also my midi devices.

I'm struggling though with the midi standard sending stop/start messages along with the clock. I have the NerdSeq sending note information over Midi to my Minibrute 2, but the MB2 internal sequencer or arpegiator always switches on when I play any sequence from the NerdSeq. I know this is by design in the midi standard, but is there a way to have the NerdSeq be the only thing playing notes on the MB2? I do need the clock in the MB2 to be synced from Midi (it's key to the sound/patch I have). 

So to summarize my question → 

1. Can you switch off the start/stop messages without switching off the midi-clock going to MB2?
2. Is the alternative maybe using CV-clock in stead of the midi-clock?
3. How do other machines handle external Midi-notes with their own internal arp's / sequencer not getting in the way?

Thanks in advance for any answers!

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  More Video, Intellijel Case, Mods?
Posted by: Cyber_Imp - 09-22-2022, 08:01 AM - Forum: NerdSEQ Expanders - Replies (1)

Curious if anyone has successfully modded their case to stick their more video expander on the top?  Very interested in it as a module but not interested in having it use up my precious hp when I wont be really using it in that way.  Would rather relegate it to the top of my intellijel 7u case with the other IO I have but also a bit nervous to start cutting holes in my case haha.

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  Changing faceplate on nerdseq and expanders
Posted by: theotteryears - 09-20-2022, 09:59 AM - Forum: General Questions - Replies (5)


How easy is it to change the faceplates for the sequencer and its expanders? Currently I have trigger 16 and cv16.  Huh


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  Enhance/expand trigger delay functionality
Posted by: mgd - 09-18-2022, 09:05 AM - Forum: Feature requests - No Replies


I would like to expand the trigger delay functionality to allow for negative values. Some of my modules, most notably digital drum modules but it also applies to some sampler, have a fairly large latency of 4-5ms or even more. That's noticeable when played together with plucky/instantly responding sounds. I'd like to be able to compensate for that and the easiest way appears to be to allow for negative delays.

In a perfect world this would be applicable to all lanes (not just tracks) on a per lane basis. E.g. with the Trigger 16 expander I may want to have my snare lane -4ms earlier while the rest should be on time. Similar for the More CV 16 expander. There I may have a sampler that's I wish to compensate by e.g. -6ms. I would want the note CV and the corresponding trigger/gate/env (on another CV 16 lane) be adjusted accordingly (i.e. 6ms earlier).

I'm not sure the available storage per lane would allow for something like that but I think it would be awesome Smile

Kind regards,

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Video A Nerd Teaches the NerdSeq (Youtube Tutorial Series)
Posted by: nsolarz - 09-15-2022, 02:29 PM - Forum: Tips & Tricks - Replies (6)

Hi all,
Felt I should repost this here as well. A few weeks ago, I did a 4-episode tutorial series on the NerdSeq. It covers the basics, as well as some of the deeper features, and calls out some potential gotchas that I've encountered as I've learned to use the NerdSeq. I plan to revisit and add to this over time as I learn new things to share, so if you have suggestions on what you'd like to see next, let me know (notably absent at the moment: trigger expander, Midi/CV recording/input).


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