Seems like there's quite a lot of local interest in this fab little sequencing language. I've yet to really fully explore using it to sequence modular but i think there's a lot of potential there! The Norns interpretation in particular is interesting because it has some platform-specific features like scale-quantised random notes and ability to tap into the inbuilt sampler.
Having a little jam from a structure I was building last night:
there's some examples / tricks on here which i thought were pretty basic at first glance but actually this is the first time I really understood the power of the K operator!
iV0.oV3.nVC ........... 3Kion...... .:03C......
Great for getting variables into tight spots such as into a MIDI trigger (as above) - perfect for melodic changes.
In this example the variables i, o and n can be defined anywhere in your patch and they'll update the midi channel, octave and note respectively
I would have been doing something like this using the Jumper to extend the o variable down & around the n into the midi instruction, which gets super awkward if you want to introduce even more variables as they start to get in the way of each other
Post by maydonpoliris on May 21, 2022 20:21:47 GMT
Just discovering this on the norns shield through yourself. Starting to watch some instructional vids and looks quite interesting but complex. Any tips or preferred YouTube instructionals for an absolute newbie.