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  <LI>if C-3 is pressed, the sequencer plays C-2 and C-3
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  <LI>if C-3 is pressed, the sequencer plays C-2 and C-3
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  <LI>if C-3 and D#3 are pressed, the sequencer plays C-2, D#2, C-3 and D#3
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  <LI>if C-3 and D#3 are pressed, the sequencer plays C-2, D#2, C-3 and D#3
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  <LI>if C-3, D#3 and G-3 are pressed, the sequencer plays C-2, D#2, G-2, C-3, D#3 and G-3
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  <LI>if C-3, D#3 and G-3 are pressed, the sequencer plays C-2, D#2, G-2, C-3, D#3 and G-3
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Audio Example:<BR>
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Audio Example:<BR>
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**MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseqv4l_tut6_1.mp3"#ffffff**<BR><SPAN CLASS=NORM>
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**MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseqv4_tut6_1.mp3"#ffffff**<BR><SPAN CLASS=NORM>
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Multi-Arp events get even more interesting when they are combined with common Arp events. Let's try this out!<BR>
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Multi-Arp events get even more interesting when they are combined with common Arp events. Let's try this out!<BR>
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Change the track length to 4, and then enter following pattern:<BR>
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Change the track length to 4, and then enter following pattern:<BR>
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<LI>Step #2: plays the first note of the chord, not transposed (+0)
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<LI>Step #2: plays the first note of the chord, not transposed (+0)
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<LI>Step #3: plays a Multi-Arp event with all notes of the chord, transposed by +1 octave
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<LI>Step #3: plays a Multi-Arp event with all notes of the chord, transposed by +1 octave
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<LI>Step #4: plays the second note of the chord, not transposed (+0)
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<LI>Step #4: plays the second note of the chord, not transposed (+0)
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Audio Example (sounds a bit like music from Jean Michel Jarre...):<BR>
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Audio Example (sounds a bit like music from Jean Michel Jarre...):<BR>
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**MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseqv4l_tut6_2.mp3"#ffffff**<BR><SPAN CLASS=NORM>
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**MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseqv4_tut6_2.mp3"#ffffff**<BR><SPAN CLASS=NORM>
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The next example demonstrates the high potential of the arpeggiator when multiple tracks are involved.<BR>
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The next example demonstrates the high potential of the arpeggiator when multiple tracks are involved.<BR>
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Let G1T1 like it is, and change to G1T2. Enable the arpeggiator, set the length to 6, and in the MENU-&gt;Event page, select the same MIDI channel like for G1T1.<BR>
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Let G1T1 like it is, and change to G1T2. Enable the arpeggiator, set the length to 6, and in the MENU-&gt;Event page, select the same MIDI channel like for G1T1.<BR>
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Thereafter enter following pattern:<BR>
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Thereafter enter following pattern:<BR>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/tut6_3a.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Screen"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/tut6_3a.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Screen"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
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Select a bellish sound on your synth with some delay and reverb. Play some chords:<BR>
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Select a bellish sound on your synth with some delay and reverb. Play some chords:<BR>
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**MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseqv4l_tut6_3.mp3"#ffffff**<BR><SPAN CLASS=NORM>
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**MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseqv4_tut6_3.mp3"#ffffff**<BR><SPAN CLASS=NORM>
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As you can hear in the audio example, the arpeggio is really "organic"! Depending on the number of notes which are played, and the order of changes, the resulting sequence is sometimes inpredictable, but still "rhythmic" and "melodic". Remind that 14 additional tracks are still unused here! ;-)
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As you can hear in the audio example, the arpeggio is really "organic"! Depending on the number of notes which are played, and the order of changes, the resulting sequence is sometimes inpredictable, but still "rhythmic" and "melodic". Remind that 14 additional tracks are still unused here! ;-)
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Also trance arpeggios well known from the late 1990s can be created very easily.<BR>
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Also trance arpeggios well known from the late 1990s can be created very easily.<BR>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/tut6_4a.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Screen"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/tut6_4a.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Screen"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
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Select an unisono saw sound with <B>much</B> chorus and <B>much</B> delay Fx on your synthesizer.<BR>
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Select an unisono saw sound with <B>much</B> chorus and <B>much</B> delay Fx on your synthesizer.<BR>
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A second track should play a simple bassline. Change to G1T2, select length 4, change the MIDI channel back to 2 in the MENU-&gt;Event page. Enter following pattern in the EDIT page:<BR>
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A second track should play a simple bassline. Change to G1T2, select length 4, change the MIDI channel back to 2 in the MENU-&gt;Event page. Enter following pattern in the EDIT page:<BR>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/tut6_4b.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Screen"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/tut6_4b.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Screen"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
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Finally start the sequencer, and play only single notes on your MIDI keyboard. The result:<BR>
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Finally start the sequencer, and play only single notes on your MIDI keyboard. The result:<BR>
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**MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseqv4l_tut6_4.mp3"#ffffff**<BR><SPAN CLASS=NORM>
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**MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseqv4_tut6_4.mp3"#ffffff**<BR><SPAN CLASS=NORM>
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(drums are based on sample loops)<BR>
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(drums are based on sample loops)<BR>
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Sidenote: in the second half of the MP3 you will hear the difference of a 100% gate length compared to ca. 50% gate length at the beginning.
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Sidenote: in the second half of the MP3 you will hear the difference of a 100% gate length compared to ca. 50% gate length at the beginning.
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Finally a variation of the example above which combines common Arp events with Multi-Arp events.<BR>
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Finally a variation of the example above which combines common Arp events with Multi-Arp events.<BR>
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Change the track length of G1T1 to 4 steps, and then enter following pattern in the EDIT page:<BR>
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Change the track length of G1T1 to 4 steps, and then enter following pattern in the EDIT page:<BR>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/tut6_5a.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Screen"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
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<CENTER><IMG SRC="midibox_seq/cs4/tut6_5a.gif" width=481 height=19 ALT="Edit Screen"></IMG></CENTER><BR>
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Play some chords and have fun! :-)<BR>
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Play some chords and have fun! :-)<BR>
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**MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseqv4l_tut6_5.mp3"#ffffff**<BR><SPAN CLASS=NORM>
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**MP3**"http://www.ucapps.de/mp3/midibox_seq/mbseqv4_tut6_5.mp3"#ffffff**<BR><SPAN CLASS=NORM>
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