Hi all, another little unit for y’all. This is a very simple eight step sample trig sequencer. I think it’s been done before, but this is my personal stab at it for Firmware 0.4
The unit does come at a cost of around 45% CPU usage, which I think is a lot (and probably means that it’s better done with a separate module). Especially because I had hoped to use several of these to get some interesting rhythms going. It’s just a whole bunch of VCA’s and bump scanners. Luckily the routing of 0.4 brings some advantages in terms of re-using signals and routing the sample to several mixer channels at once. Anyway, I would LOVE to hear some feedback, especially if there are routing and CPU improvements to be made!
Usage is pretty straight forward: There are two custom controls up front labeled “clock” and “reset”. That should be self-explanatory. Then there are 8 toggle controls that turn a step on/off. Any custom sample can be attached to the sequencer when you jump one layer down and hit “Enter” on the “Select sample” unit. That’s it. Have fun!!
TrigSeq-8.unit (74.4 KB)