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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/edit2.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Page"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/edit2.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Page"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
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<P CLASS=DESC>The <B>lower line</B> shows the values of 16 steps within the selected track view and parameter layer. They can be directly modified with the 16 GP rotary encoders below these items. The displayed parameter of the step changes with the active layer. E.g. in layer C the gatelength is controlled, which is visualised with vertical bars:<BR>
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<P CLASS=DESC>The <B>lower line</B> shows the values of 16 steps within the selected track view and parameter layer. They can be directly modified with the 16 GP rotary encoders below these items. The displayed parameter of the step changes with the active layer. E.g. in layer C the gatelength is controlled, which is visualised with vertical bars:<BR>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/edit3.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Length"></IMG></CENTER></P>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/edit3.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Length"></IMG></CENTER></P>
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<P CLASS=DESC>Press&amp;hold a GP button to change into <B>EDIT RECORDING</B> mode. Incoming MIDI events will be recorded into the selected step as long as the parameter layer configuration is matching, and layers are free. E.g. it's possible to record MIDI Notes, CCs, PitchBender, Program Change values. The step will be framed by curly brackets to indicate the mode:
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<P CLASS=DESC>Press&amp;hold a GP button to change into <B>EDIT RECORDING</B> mode. Incoming MIDI events will be recorded into the selected step as long as the parameter layer configuration is matching, and layers are free. E.g. it's possible to record MIDI Notes, CCs, PitchBender, Poly Pressure (Aftertouch), Program Change values. The step will be framed by curly brackets to indicate the mode:
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/editrec.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Record"></IMG></CENTER></P>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/editrec.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Record"></IMG></CENTER></P>
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<P CLASS=DESC>EDIT recording can also be toggled on/off with the SELECT button. This allows you to keep this recording mode enabled while no GP button is pressed (useful if you want to enter chords with two hands). Select the step into which the events should be recorded with the datawheel.<BR>
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<P CLASS=DESC>EDIT recording can also be toggled on/off with the SELECT button. This allows you to keep this recording mode enabled while no GP button is pressed (useful if you want to enter chords with two hands). Select the step into which the events should be recorded with the datawheel.<BR>
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<I>Note1: if recording isn't working as expected, check the recording configuration by pressing EDIT+GP12. At the right side of the page the MIDI port and channel to which the recording function will listen has to be selected.</I><BR>
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<I>Note1: if recording isn't working as expected, check the recording configuration by pressing EDIT+GP12. At the right side of the page the MIDI port and channel to which the recording function will listen has to be selected.</I><BR>
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<I>Note2: EDIT RECORDING always behaves like a step recording (not like a live recording) regardless of the configuration in the JAM page. Live recording is only active while you are in the JAM page!</I><BR>
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<I>Note2: EDIT RECORDING always behaves like a step recording (not like a live recording) regardless of the configuration in the JAM page. Live recording is only active while you are in the JAM page!</I><BR>
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<I>Note3: EDIT RECORDING is the most simple way to enter chords into the parameter layers!</I><BR>
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<I>Note3: EDIT RECORDING is the most simple way to enter chords into the parameter layers!</I><BR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>CC</TD>    <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>256</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>4</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>8</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>CC</TD>    <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>256</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>4</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>8</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>64</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>2</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>16</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>64</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>2</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>16</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>128</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>2 (32 steps only)</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>16</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>128</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>2 (32 steps only)</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>16</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>128</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>2</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>8</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>128</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>2</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>8</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>256</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>2 (64 steps only)</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>8</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>256</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>2 (64 steps only)</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>8</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>64</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>2</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>2</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>8</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>64</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>16</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>64</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>16</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>128</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>8</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>128</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>8</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>256</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>4</TD> </TR>
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  <TR> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>Drum</TD>  <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>256</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>1</TD> <TD CLASS=TABCOLOR2>4</TD> </TR>
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        <LI><B>d-f:</B> Root note, 3rdMin note, 5th note (single notes)</LI>
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        <LI><B>d-f:</B> Root note, 3rdMin note, 5th note (single notes)</LI>
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        <LI><B>g,h:</B> Root+3ndMin, Root+5th</LI>
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        <LI><B>g,h:</B> Root+3ndMin, Root+5th</LI>
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        <LI><B>i-n:</B> Min6, Min7, Min8, Min9, Min10, Min12 (4-note chords)</LI>
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        <LI><B>i-n:</B> Min6, Min7, Min8, Min9, Min10, Min12 (4-note chords)</LI>
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        <LI><B>o-p:</B> Co7 and Min+</LI>
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        <LI><B>o-p:</B> Co7 and Min+</LI>
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      </UL></LI>
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      </UL></LI>
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    <LI><B>Chord2:</B> enhanced chords</LI>
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    <LI><B>Chord3:</B> our secrent weapon with >100 chords provided by EsotericLabs! **MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/20170623.mp3"#ffffff**</LI>
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    <LI><B>Velolcity:</B> controls the velocity value for all notes/chords of the instrument.
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    <LI><B>Velolcity:</B> controls the velocity value for all notes/chords of the instrument.
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    <LI><B>Length:</B> controls the gatelength of all notes of the instrument
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    <LI><B>Length:</B> controls the gatelength of all notes of the instrument
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    <LI><B>CC:</B> plays a selectable CC number.<BR>
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    <LI><B>CC:</B> plays a selectable CC number.<BR>
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           CC#128 (displayed as "off") is initialized by default for each layers. With this CC assignment, no events will be sent, which means in other words, that a valid CC number has to be selected with one of the GP encoders 11..13 to send something. Note also, that after the CC has been selected, one of the GP buttons 11..13 has to be pressed to confirm the CC number change. This handling ensures, that no unintended CCs will be sent while the CC number is changed.
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           CC#128 (displayed as "off") is initialized by default for each layers. With this CC assignment, no events will be sent, which means in other words, that a valid CC number has to be selected with one of the GP encoders 11..13 to send something. Note also, that after the CC has been selected, one of the GP buttons 11..13 has to be pressed to confirm the CC number change. This handling ensures, that no unintended CCs will be sent while the CC number is changed.
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    <LI><B>PrgCh:</B> sends a program change event.
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    <LI><B>Pitch:</B> sends a PitchWheel event
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    <LI><B>Pitch:</B> sends a PitchWheel event
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    <LI><B>Prob:</B> sets the probability that the step will be played (1..100%)
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    <LI><B>Prob:</B> sets the probability that the step will be played (1..100%)
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    <LI><B>Delay:</B> delays the step for 1..96 microticks
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    <LI><B>Delay:</B> delays the step for 1..96 microticks
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    <LI><B>Roll:</B> plays the step 2..5 times with ascenting/descenting velocity (intensity: 0..15). 127 variations are available - great for drum patterns!<BR>
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    <LI><B>Roll:</B> plays the step 2..5 times with ascenting/descenting velocity (intensity: 0..15). 127 variations are available - great for drum patterns!<BR>
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The distance between the repeats is predefined to: 48 ticks on 2 repeats, 32 ticks on 3 repeats, 36 ticks on 4 repeats, 32 ticks on 5 repeats.
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The distance between the repeats is predefined to: 48 ticks on 2 repeats, 32 ticks on 3 repeats, 36 ticks on 4 repeats, 32 ticks on 5 repeats.
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      <LI> <B>Ac:</B> Accent each nth bar
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      <LI> <B>Ac:</B> Accent each nth bar
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      <LI> <B>Ro:</B> Roll each nth bar
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      <LI> <B>Ro:</B> Roll each nth bar
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      <LI> <B>Fx:</B> enable Fx each nth bar
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      <LI> <B>Fx:</B> enable Fx each nth bar
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      <LI> <B>Nx:</B> don't enable Fx each nth bar
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      <LI> <B>Nx:</B> don't enable Fx each nth bar
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    <LI><B>Root:</B> if Root is assigned to any parameter layer of a track, the layer can either select the global root selection ("Glb") or set the root note for each step explicitely.<BR>
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The global root selection is configured in the FX->Scale page, it's either "Keyb" (for MIDI keyboard entry) or C, C#, ... B
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The local root selection is C, C#, ... B<BR>
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Notes and Chords will be transposed accordingly if the track is in Normal mode (and not in Transpose or Arpeggiator mode)
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    <LI><B>Scale:</B> overrides the globally configured scale of the FX->Scale page for each step.
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  </UL></LI>
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  </UL></LI>
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<LI>The <B>MIDI Channel</B> can be selected from 1-16.</LI>
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<LI>The <B>MIDI Channel</B> can be selected from 1-16.</LI>
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<LI>Following <B>MIDI Ports</B> are available:<BR>
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<LI>Following <B>MIDI Ports</B> are available:<BR>
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  <UL CLASS=CL>
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  <UL CLASS=CL>
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    <LI><B>Default:</B> the default port as selected in the MIDI configuration page (usually USB1)</LI>
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    <LI><B>Default:</B> the default port as selected in the MIDI configuration page (usually USB1)</LI>
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This feature has been explained in <A HREF="midibox_seq_tutorial4.html">Tutorial #4</A> for MBSEQ V2, and it is still available in MBSEQ V4<BR>
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This feature has been explained in <A HREF="midibox_seq_tutorial4.html">Tutorial #4</A> for MBSEQ V2, and it is still available in MBSEQ V4<BR>
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Audio Example for Multi-Arp Events: **MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseq_tutorial4_3.mp3"#ffffff**</LI>
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Audio Example for Multi-Arp Events: **MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseq_tutorial4_3.mp3"#ffffff**</LI>
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  <LI><B>Bus:</B> selects Bus1..Bus4 over which the Transposer/Arpeggiator should be controlled. Each bus provides a separate MIDI port/channel/keyboard zone that can be configured in the MIDI page. Alternatively busses can transfer the output of loopback tracks as described earlier.<BR>
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  <LI><B>Bus:</B> selects Bus1..Bus4 over which the Transposer/Arpeggiator should be controlled. Each bus provides a separate MIDI port/channel/keyboard zone that can be configured in the MIDI page. Alternatively busses can transfer the output of loopback tracks as described earlier.<BR>
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     Since each track has an own bus assignment, it's possible to transpose tracks individually.</LI>
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     Since each track has an own bus assignment, it's possible to transpose tracks individually.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Note:</B> Allows to specify, if the transposer should take the last or first played note</LI>
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  <LI><B>Hold:</B> the last key or chord is held until a new key/chord is played on the keyboard (only relevant for Tranpose/Arpeggiator mode)</LI>
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  <LI><B>Hold:</B> the last or first key or chord is held until a new key/chord is played on the keyboard (only relevant for Tranpose/Arpeggiator mode)</LI>
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  <LI><B>Sort:</B> only relevant for arpeggiator mode: the note stack will be sorted when this function is active (default); arpeggios will be played with notes "as played" when this functions is deactivated.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Sort:</B> only relevant for arpeggiator mode: the note stack will be sorted when this function is active (default); arpeggios will be played with notes "as played" when this functions is deactivated.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Restart:</B> the track is restarted when a new key/chord is played</LI>
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  <LI><B>ReSt. (Restart):</B> the track is restarted when a new key/chord is played</LI>
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  <LI><B>STrg. (Step Trigger):</B> if activated, the step progression will be controlled from the transposer
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     bus, hence it can either be triggered from a loopback track or from an external MIDI device (MIDI keyboard, sequencer, etc.)<BR>
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     Note that each track can be assigned to a dedicated transpose bus (4 busses are available), this allows to control 4 independent step progressions for all 16 tracks.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Force Scale:</B> played notes are mapped to the global scale, which can be selected in the Fx-Scale menu page, accordingly only notes are played which match with the selected harmony. This is especially useful when the track consists of randomly generated notes! 127 predefined scales are available!<BR>
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  <LI><B>FTS (Force to Scale):</B> played notes are mapped to the global scale, which can be selected in the Fx-Scale menu page, accordingly only notes are played which match with the selected harmony. This is especially useful when the track consists of randomly generated notes! 127 predefined scales are available!<BR>
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<A HREF="midibox_seq/scalesMidiboxSeqv4.pdf" TARGET="_blank">Nuke created some nice graphics for all scales - thank you!!!</A></LI>
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<A HREF="midibox_seq/scalesMidiboxSeqv4.pdf" TARGET="_blank">Nuke created some nice graphics for all scales - thank you!!!</A></LI>
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  <LI><B>Sustain:</B> omits the "Note Off" event - notes are played endless, independent from the gatelength. Especially useful for strings and pads!</LI>
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  <LI><B>Sustain:</B> omits the "Note Off" event - notes are played endless, independent from the gatelength. Especially useful for strings and pads!</LI>
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      <LI><B>Custom #1..16:</B> configurable styles</LI>
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      <LI><B>Custom #1..16:</B> configurable styles</LI>
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  <LI><B>Intensity:</B> available as VPOS/VNEG parameter to vary the style without creating a new groove template. Also nice for live tweaks to find "best matching" grooves!
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  <LI><B>Intensity:</B> available as VPOS/VNEG parameter to vary the style without creating a new groove template. Also nice for live tweaks to find "best matching" grooves!
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  <LI><B>Global:</B> By default, groove configuration changes are applied on all tracks. By turning Global "off" the selected groove will only be used for the edited track. This way it's possible to select individual grooves for certain tracks, but also to keep the groove selection for the remaining tracks global.
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  <LI><B>Global:</B> By default, groove configuration changes are applied on all tracks. By turning Global "off" the selected groove will only be used for the edited track. This way it's possible to select individual grooves for certain tracks, but also to keep the groove selection for the remaining tracks global.
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  <LI><B>Sync:</B> allows to sync the groove to the global reference step (RefS) or to the local track step
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</UL></P>
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<P CLASS=DESC>Custom #1..#16 global groove styles can be freely edited. They are stored on SD Card (MBSEQ_G.V4 file) and available for all patterns of a session:
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<P CLASS=DESC>Custom #1..#16 global groove styles can be freely edited. They are stored on SD Card (MBSEQ_G.V4 file) and available for all patterns of a session:
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/trkgrv2.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Groove"></CENTER></IMG>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/trkgrv2.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Groove"></CENTER></IMG>
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      <LI><B>Complete Track:</B> the whole track configuration will be cleared/pasted. Only exception: MIDI channel and MIDI port will never be overwritten.</LI>
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      <LI><B>Complete Track:</B> the whole track configuration will be cleared/pasted. Only exception: MIDI channel and MIDI port will never be overwritten.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Initial CC value for Clear and Init is: X</B>: allows to specify the default value which will be used for CCs whenever the Clear button is pressed, or the Init function in the MENU-&gt;EVENT page is used. It's normally 64, but some people prefer 0 instead. Just define it here.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Initial CC value for Clear and Init is: X</B>: allows to specify the default value which will be used for CCs whenever the Clear button is pressed, or the Init function in the MENU-&gt;EVENT page is used. It's normally 64, but some people prefer 0 instead. Just define it here.</LI>
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  <LI><B>If Live function, matching received MIDI events will ...</B>: this experimental function works in conjunction with Live mode or the MIDI Router in "Track" or "Sel.Trk" mode.<BR>
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  <LI><B>If Live function, matching received MIDI events will ...</B>: this experimental function works in conjunction with Live mode or the MIDI Router in "Track" or "Sel.Trk" mode.<BR>
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    Whenever Note, CC, PitchBender, Program Change events are received on the selected IN Port, the corresponding track layer (or LFO CC) will be muted completely, or temporary for a given number of steps. This allows to temporary overrule events generated by the sequencer from an external MIDI keyboard or controller.<BR>
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    Whenever Note, CC, PitchBender, Poly Pressure (Aftertouch), Program Change events are received on the selected IN Port, the corresponding track layer (or LFO CC) will be muted completely, or temporary for a given number of steps. This allows to temporary overrule events generated by the sequencer from an external MIDI keyboard or controller.<BR>
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       <LI><B>mute the appr. layer</B>: once a matching events has been received, the corresponding track layers will be muted, and have to be unmuted in the MUTE page
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       <LI><B>mute the appr. layer</B>: once a matching events has been received, the corresponding track layers will be muted, and have to be unmuted in the MUTE page
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       <LI><B>mute layer for X steps</B>: allows to temporary mute the layer for a given number of steps
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       <LI><B>mute layer for X steps</B>: allows to temporary mute the layer for a given number of steps
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<UL CLASS=CL>
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  <LI><B>Song:</B> currently 16 songs can be stored into a dedicated BankStick. Support for 32 songs is planned (will require a 64k BankStick!)</LI>
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  <LI><B>Song:</B> currently 16 songs can be stored into a dedicated BankStick. Support for 32 songs is planned (will require a 64k BankStick!)</LI>
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  <LI><B>Pos:</B> the song position - 128 positions are available, they are enumerated from A1..P8</LI>
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  <LI><B>Pos:</B> the song position - 128 positions are available, they are enumerated from A1..P8</LI>
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  <LI><B>Action:</B> defines what should be done when this song position is reached:
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  <LI><B>Action:</B> defines what should be done when this song position is reached:
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      <LI><B>Stop:</B> sequencer will be stopped.</LI>
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      <LI><B>x1..x16:</B> specified Pattern set will be played the given number of cycles (x1..x16). The pattern for each group (G1..G4) can be specified at the right side of the "action" item. If "-:--" is selected instead of the pattern number, the pattern won't be changed for this song step.</LI>
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      <LI><B>x1..x16:</B> specified Pattern set will be played the given number of cycles (x1..x16). The pattern for each group (G1..G4) can be specified at the right side of the "action" item. If "-:--" is selected instead of the pattern number, the pattern won't be changed for this song step.</LI>
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      <LI><B>Jump Pos:</B> sequencer jumps to the specified position - allows to set loop points</LI>
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      <LI><B>Jump Pos:</B> sequencer jumps to the specified position - allows to set loop points</LI>
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      <LI><B>Jump Song:</B> sequencer jumps to the specified song</LI>
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      <LI><B>Jump Song:</B> sequencer jumps to the specified song</LI>
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      <LI><B>Mixer:</B> the specified mixer map will be dumped. The sequencer will immediately continue with the next song position</LI>
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      <LI><B>Mixer:</B> the specified mixer map will be dumped. The sequencer will immediately continue with the next song position</LI>
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      <LI><B>Tempo:</B> tempo will change by given BPM rate and ramp time</LI>
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      <LI><B>Tempo:</B> tempo will change by given BPM rate and ramp time</LI>
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  <LI><B>Number of additional channels:</B> as the name says. The effect will be disabled with value 0, and enabled with a value > 0.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Number of additional channels:</B> as the name says. The effect will be disabled with value 0, and enabled with a value > 0.</LI>
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  <LI><B>First Channel:</B> specifies the first channel to which additional note events should be forwarded.<BR>
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  <LI><B>First Channel:</B> specifies the first channel to which additional note events should be forwarded.<BR>
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      E.g. with 3 channels starting at Channel 2, Notes will be forwarded to the original MIDI channel configured in the Track Event page + Channel 2, 3 and 4.</LI>
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      E.g. with 3 channels starting at Channel 2, Notes will be forwarded to the original MIDI channel configured in the Track Event page + Channel 2, 3 and 4.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Port:</B> selects the MIDI port to which the additional notes should be forwarded. With "Same" the events will be sent to the MIDI port configured in the Track Event page, with the remaining port settings the MIDI notes will be sent to the selected MIDI port.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Port:</B> selects the MIDI port to which the additional notes should be forwarded. With "Same" the events will be sent to the MIDI port configured in the Track Event page, with the remaining port settings the MIDI notes will be sent to the selected MIDI port.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Non-Notes:</B> specifies what should happen with Non-Note events (such as CCs, PitchBender, Channel Pressure, Program Change): they can be filtered, or forwarded to all additional MIDI channels.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Non-Notes:</B> specifies what should happen with Non-Note events (such as CCs, PitchBender, Aftertouch, Program Change): they can be filtered, or forwarded to all additional MIDI channels.</LI>
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  <LI><B>Mode:</B> selects the behaviour of this Fx:
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  <LI><B>Mode:</B> selects the behaviour of this Fx:
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       <LI><B>Forward to all Channels:</B> notes will be directly forwarded to all MIDI channels
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       <LI><B>Forward to all Channels:</B> notes will be directly forwarded to all MIDI channels
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       <LI><B>Alternate Channels:</B> only one MIDI event will be generated, and with each note the next MIDI channel will be selected.<BR>
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       <LI><B>Alternate Channels:</B> only one MIDI event will be generated, and with each note the next MIDI channel will be selected.<BR>
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           E.g. with Original MIDI Channel (in Track Event Page) 1, Number of additional Channels 3, First MIDI Channel 2, the effect will cycle between MIDI Channel 1, 2, 3 and 4
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           E.g. with Original MIDI Channel (in Track Event Page) 1, Number of additional Channels 3, First MIDI Channel 2, the effect will cycle between MIDI Channel 1, 2, 3 and 4
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<P CLASS=INFO>This page allows to select the AOUT/AOUT_LC/AOUT_NG interface, to configure CV channel and gate parameters, and to configure the DIN Sync Clock output.<BR>
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<P CLASS=INFO>This page allows to select the AOUT/AOUT_LC/AOUT_NG interface, to configure CV channel and gate parameters, and to configure the DIN Sync Clock output.<BR>
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  <LI><B>CV:</B> selects the CV channel (1..8)
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  <LI><B>CV:</B> selects the CV channel (1..8)
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  <LI><B>Curve:</B> selects the output curve: V/Oct, Hz/V, Inverted
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  <LI><B>Curve:</B> selects the output curve: V/Oct, Hz/V, Inverted
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  <LI><B>Slew Rate:</B> allows to configure a slew rate (slack) in the range of 0..255 mS
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  <LI><B>SlewR(ate):</B> allows to configure a slew rate (slack) in the range of 0..255 mS
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  <LI><B>SusK:</B> activates the "SusKey" function (also known as "fingered portamento"): the slew rate will only be activated if at least two notes are played. This allows to use the glide function to enable slew only on demand.
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  <LI><B>PRng:</B> sets the pitch range for pitch bender events (normally 2, use 12 or 24 to sweep over one, resp. two octaves)
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  <LI><B>PRng:</B> sets the pitch range for pitch bender events (normally 2, use 12 or 24 to sweep over one, resp. two octaves)
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  <LI><B>Gate:</B> sets the gate polarity (positive or negative)
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  <LI><B>Gate:</B> sets the gate polarity (positive or negative)
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  <LI><B>Calibr.:</B> allows to force different output voltages for calibration (Min/Middle/Max/1V, 2V, 4V, 8V)
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  <LI><B>Calibr.:</B> allows to force different output voltages for calibration (Min/Middle/Max/1V, 2V, 4V, 8V)
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  <LI><B>Clk:</B> selects 1 of 8 clock outputs (available at a dedicated DOUT shift registered which has been configured with the CLK_SR parameter in the MBSEQ_HW.V4 file). Each clock has an individual clock divider, or can optionally be used to output a Start/Stop signal
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  <LI><B>Clk:</B> selects 1 of 8 clock outputs (available at a dedicated DOUT shift registered which has been configured with the CLK_SR parameter in the MBSEQ_HW.V4 file). Each clock has an individual clock divider, or can optionally be used to output a Start/Stop signal
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  <LI><B>Rate:</B> defines the output rate of the selected clock output (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 32, 48, 96, 192, 384 ppqn and Start/Stop)</LI>
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  <LI><B>Rate:</B> defines the output rate of the selected clock output (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 32, 48, 96, 192, 384 ppqn and Start/Stop)</LI>