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trigger local on cv expander track?
#1
Hi! 

I've just received my Nerdseq with cv16 expander. Just spend a few hours figuring how it works... that's really overwhelming, but I can see all the possibilities and that's amazing. 

I've got a track configured with cv16 expander, so I've started to assign the diferents cv on track... I saw local cv, but didn't see local trigger to configure. 
I've seen you could get a trigger kind signal with the new update for the cv expander... but just wonder if there is a way to configure for Track 1: local cv, local trg, local mod, cv1, cv2, cv3... actually I got all configured except local trg. I thought would be simpler with local trg. 
Do you know if is it possible?

Thanks!
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#2
(07-22-2022, 03:36 PM)nokulture Wrote: Hi! 

I've just received my Nerdseq with cv16 expander. Just spend a few hours figuring how it works... that's really overwhelming, but I can see all the possibilities and that's amazing. 

I've got a track configured with cv16 expander, so I've started to assign the diferents cv on track... I saw local cv, but didn't see local trigger to configure. 
I've seen you could get a trigger kind signal with the new update for the cv expander... but just wonder if there is a way to configure for Track 1: local cv, local trg, local mod, cv1, cv2, cv3... actually I got all configured except local trg. I thought would be simpler with local trg. 
Do you know if is it possible?

Thanks!

Yes. From the columns, TTx. (New V1.26 manual page 56)
From the FX TR1..6 and if you run the latest version V1.26 also from the patches.
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#3
Sorry, I missed that on manual, just scratch the surface reading fastly...
Thanks!
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#4
(07-22-2022, 08:56 PM)nokulture Wrote: Sorry, I missed that on manual, just scratch the surface reading fastly...
Thanks!

Definitely take a good amount of time absorbing the manual in your downtime. I am consistently astonished by the amount of goodies Thomas has coded into the Nerd. Enjoy!
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