Hello; i’ve read the manuals and i just want to ask if what i think is how this work in real life.
Let’s say i input Terry Riley’s “IN C” on 3 tracks, and some other stuff on 4th (but also in C)
Can i shift the enitre track? Lets say i “upload” the In C to track 1 2 and 3 and want to have a 16 and 32 bar shift on track 2 and 3.
if above is possible then what i would do is cut and loop it into Parts - from what i understood each part can hold all the important data for 4 tracks of the 101?
then by using something like a Planar i can change parts on the fly and activate them via push of the button and they’ll be cued after the previous part ends? Do i need another control for reset? Is there any way to control parts of each track separately?
In C has 53 parts/tracks in different lenght. Can different tracks have their own looping points and be switched globaly via parts intput? Like:
Track 1 is looping “in C” pattern #4
Track 2 is looping “in C” pattern #7
Track 3 is looping “in C” pattern #23
This is saved as a “Part 01” in 102
Than “Part 02” has different “In C” patterns and so on and so on.
If the looping “in C” patterns are different lenght how will the switch work? (where will it cut to next part?)
Can i use another offset to transpose/quantise it in real time live ? Everything is in C but in time it can change to a different scale, or do i need something like a sinfonion / addac quantizer etc for this function?
is there any “easy” setup for “chords” inside 101-102? or again i’d need sinfonion / addac quantizer and just otuput one Gate (CV-B ?) to trigger the cords, and another CV-B to cord progression?
Would love to try make a live In-C modular performance that mutates over time.
- given the melodies that are inside in-C + transposing it to different scales would mean essencially infinite melody with parts.
The concept of what im trying to do is here :