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Still Struggling with Quantizing HALP
(03-17-2021, 02:05 AM)Karlo Wrote:
(03-16-2021, 12:41 PM)Bleep bleep Wrote: Hello, you could set your table with an automator as source. 
Then use this automator in envelope mode and trigger it with the gates of the track you are using.

This gonna make the table to go one step every time you trigger a note.

Another way to do the same thing is to use a cv input instead as a source and just feed it with the trigger output of the track you use.

So you have choice to spend either a cv in or one envelope and one automator Smile

I could not get this to work at all. So frustrating. It didn't step every time a new note was gated. It would step every repetition of the pattern. So on 00 of my pattern it would advance one step in the table, not when the note gated the envelope... AND the table didn't quantize the pattern pitch to the allow notes in the table. 

Which brings me to something else....

The envelopes are terrible, they're noisy in my VCA. I can hear little "rattle sounds" regardless of attack and decay settings. I think it's in the decay stage. it's doing something stupid, don't know what. I don't have a scope, I just use my ears and it sounds like shit. I find it worthless.

I'm starting to develop the opinion that some of these features; envelopes, pitch quantize, ratcheting, clock dividing, are shit. The manual sucks too.

Het Karlo,

thanks for your kind words.
Starting with the tables to quantize your notes.
I would: Use Up or Down as a quantize setting. Because then the selected allowed note will always stay the same. If you choose coin, the table would choose either the next higher or lower note with every table step and this you can hear. Also select a faster speed like 1 or maybe also Internal time as source. Your notes will quantize well and you should only hear your 3 notes D, F, G#.
Range is not relevant here and does nothing. 
No need for any work arounds with timings or automators or whatever.

As for the envelopes. I'm sorry that they are so shitty for you and to be honest, you are the first to mention it. Of course they are not perfect analogue envelopes, but I never claimed so. They work fine and good for many applications
How do you use them? Are you using them correctly?

What is your issue with ratcheting?

What is your issue with clock dividing?

What is your issue with the manual exactly?
PLEASE use the search function if something have been asked or discussed before.
Every (unnessesary) forum support means less time to develop! But of course, i am here to help!  Smile

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Still Struggling with Quantizing HALP - by Karlo - 03-07-2021, 04:51 AM
RE: Still Struggling with Quantizing HALP - by XORadmin - 03-17-2021, 11:32 AM

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