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Scale Quantizer Unit


#1

The unit is nice and clear, but : i rarely want to use a preset when i use a pitch quantizer. I’d like to manually select each note.
What i propose is :

display a keyboard in the contextual screen
scroll through the 12 notes with the Knob
Enable/disable each note with Enter.


#2

Scala file import support is also coming soon.


#3

That’s nice too !


#4

+1

I’d love to see another view (alternate to what’s there) where I can manually select notes)


#5

on a side note that lovely visual representation of what its doing was a really nice surprise. I’d love to see more of that type stuff in other units.


#6

Agree!

It was fun making the pitch wheel graphic but the whole time I also felt guilty because there was 10 other more essential things I should have been doing.


#7

Only thing that’s essential is making yourself happy!


#8

i agree with all above statements! love the pitch wheel, would enjoy note input ability (without *.txt editing!) and would like visual feedback on other units if that happened (although it could be a resource hog so maybe not?)
anyways, played with the quantizer last night with freeverb and loved it!!!


#9

Really enjoying this unit, it’s most welcome in my workflow. Though up to this point I was also enjoying Joe’s approach with creating personal scales out of recorded cv into a sampler…and slicing it to bits :slight_smile: The pitch wheel is quite the looker, nice touch!


#10

I’m very excited by the prospect of a 4 channel microtonal quantizer.

Can I somehow be notified when the scala file compatability for the 301 arrives?

Really hoping it comes soon, but I know how it goes.

Patiently awaiting,

Thys


#11

And also yes: +1 on the user configurable 12 tones/octave scale in the interface instead of presets.


#12

From muffwiggler:

"The ER-301 has DC-coupled inputs but it does not have DC-coupled outputs. This means it can quantize for its own internal use but it cannot output those quantized voltages in a way that an external module can use.

So, no it cannot be used as a quantizer."

I’m assuming this is correct.


#13

But you can quantize internally.


#14

Yes but i hoped to use the 301 as a quantizer for external oscillators!


#15

Yeah, the ER-301 is not a cv outputting device, which is was an intentional design from the beginning. You may want to check out ornament and crime… not sure if it does microtonal, but it offers a lot of cv processing algorithms, one of which is a quad-quantizer.


#16

O_C does do microtonal scales :+1:


#17

I’d personally like to see both - presets are handy, sometime I want finite control.


#18

+1 for the keyboard screen to enable/disable note


#19

attention: VERY DUMB QUESTION AHEAD:

ok i select the mode i want (major, minor, pentatonic etc…)
but HOW do i set the root note of the scale?


#20

With your oscillator.