The classic arpeggiator effect. Play a chord on your keyboard and let the process create new notes from it.
The currently implemented modes are:
- Forward: plays the notes in order (1-2-3-1-2-3)
- Backwards: plays the notes in reverse order (3-2-1-3-2-1)
- F->B: first forward then backwards (1-2-3-3-2-1)
- B->F: first backwards then forward (3-2-1-1-2-3)
- Chord: repeats the chord currently being held
This process transforms an input note into a chord.
For instance, if “Major” is selected: C3 -> C3 E3 G3
This process allows to transpose and make the input MIDI fit into predetermined scales, to prevent wrong notes for instance.
This process quantifies input MIDI onto the musical grid.
This process allows to extract the pitch of a MIDI note as a simple value.
Pulse to note
This process allows to convert input signals into MIDI.
- If the input is of type impulse, then the default velocity and default pitch are used.
- If the input is of type int, then it is used as pitch and the velocity is set with the default velocity.
- If the input is of type vec2, then the first element is the pitch, the second is the velocity.
Example: using the step sequencer to drive MIDI inputs