01-06-2021, 10:06 AM

Hi Forum,

I've been consulting the manual (v1.23) to find an answer but haven't been convinced I really understood all the details. Here's the problem I intend to solve:

I have a mixed setup of (external) synth and modular that I wish to control with NerdSEQ. I understand I can sync the NerdSEQ to my PC based MIDI sequencer which for now removes the non modular gear from the equation. Let's assume I have a large number of modules I wish to control therefor assume the NerdSEQ is equipped with 4 "More 16 CV" expanders for a total of 64CV (NSA1-NSA4) plus Modular (6 CV, Trig/Gate and Mod each).

Here's a list of things I understood from the manual:

1) Regarding the maximum number of (musically independent) notes in such a setup, my understanding is I can have one note per track, possibly up to 4 when using chords. This would be 6 (independent) notes plus 3 dependent notes per track by means of the chords (giving an additional 18 notes).

2) I can have a total of up to 40 ((4*NSA+1*modular)*8) LFOs and ENVs each somehow distributed over the 6 tracks.

3) The various LFOs can be synch'd to clock or free running, depending on my preference.

4) I guess I could also assign fixed mod values to the NSA CVs (but have not found that in the manual - or didn't understand it)

Are the above counts correct and what am I missing?

Kind regards,

Michael

I've been consulting the manual (v1.23) to find an answer but haven't been convinced I really understood all the details. Here's the problem I intend to solve:

I have a mixed setup of (external) synth and modular that I wish to control with NerdSEQ. I understand I can sync the NerdSEQ to my PC based MIDI sequencer which for now removes the non modular gear from the equation. Let's assume I have a large number of modules I wish to control therefor assume the NerdSEQ is equipped with 4 "More 16 CV" expanders for a total of 64CV (NSA1-NSA4) plus Modular (6 CV, Trig/Gate and Mod each).

Here's a list of things I understood from the manual:

1) Regarding the maximum number of (musically independent) notes in such a setup, my understanding is I can have one note per track, possibly up to 4 when using chords. This would be 6 (independent) notes plus 3 dependent notes per track by means of the chords (giving an additional 18 notes).

2) I can have a total of up to 40 ((4*NSA+1*modular)*8) LFOs and ENVs each somehow distributed over the 6 tracks.

3) The various LFOs can be synch'd to clock or free running, depending on my preference.

4) I guess I could also assign fixed mod values to the NSA CVs (but have not found that in the manual - or didn't understand it)

Are the above counts correct and what am I missing?

Kind regards,

Michael