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Re: Triggering EDP via drum machine (SR16)
I do some of this sort of stuff, building up rhythmic (or psuedo-rhythmic)
loops with the EDP with cut up loops.
I don't use a drum machine or sequencer though, it's all done with the
(feels more like playing an instrument)
As well As Claude Voit, Andre Lafosse has used midi triggering with the
The EDP is the only unit that's going to do anything like what you want.
It gets more complicated if you want to keep the EDP in Sync with the drum
As long as you're using Replace and Substitute, no problem.
As long as you're quantised to cycle length, no problem
When you use Insert, and want to be UnQuantised, or 8th Note Quantised, it
could get "interesting", as to stay in sync with incoming midi clock the
EDP needs to have the right loop length already. The sync adjustments can
only be small, otherwise the EDP will drift free.
However, with careful programming of the sequence it will work just fine.
and please share some audio when you get it running.
Marco Coblenz wrote:
> Nice place here! This is my first post. Sorry if the question has been
> answered before but I did not find the answer by searching the archive.
> I plan to invest in a Gibson Echoplex Digital Pro. One main application
> I want to use it for are rhythmical loops that evolve via short
> quantized replace/substitute/insert actions. I want those actions to be
> performed automically via Midi using a pattern sequencer. More
> specifically I would use an alesis SR16 drum machine for the trigger
> patterns and assign midi notes to the pads. The SR16 sends an midi on
> and then midi off event with pressing a pad.
> My question is, would it work like this? Can someone tell by experience?
> Are there sync or other problems? Would the SR16 work in this szenario
> or should I use a different tool and which? Did someone has a similar
> application or variation of it but used different means? Any tips and
> Thanks ...
> - Marco
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