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Spark Users Community / Re: Drag spark 2 sequence pattern to DAW midi track
« Last post by Monsta on February 08, 2016, 03:04:11 pm »
Try turning off "HOST" in the spark GUI
MicroBrute / Re: Microbrute + roland scooper... anyone tryed?
« Last post by vini on February 08, 2016, 01:09:28 pm »

No, the idea is to have the moog + brute to scooper

And I found out it's possible apparently:

mother32 to microbrute to scooper (with a jack to mini-jack cable), easy (normally). Since there's another input I can plug another synth.

I just saw a video of Kink using it with a tr8 and a rhodes and WOW... just WOW.
MicroBrute / Re: Microbrute + roland scooper... anyone tryed?
« Last post by AndyQ on February 08, 2016, 12:26:24 pm »
Don't know about the Scooper, but I've got the Demora linked into my Microbrute, sitting on my work desk for when I get lazy and bored. Wouldn't be without it. The Roland units are practically identical - it's just a matter of what default software is loaded on them. You can load all the optional processors on any of them (check the list on the Roland site), although I really can't be bothered and use my Demora purely as a delay unit. You can get some nice, complex patterns by using the LFO in sync with the sequencer to control the delay time and other such sweet trickery. I imagine you would be able to do similar thangs with the Scooper. Neither of these is really a substitute for the Mother though, as that gives you analogue VCO's, VCF's and would certainly be much, much easier to work with if you plan on experimenting (and no need to have a 'puter connected).
MicroBrute / Microbrute + roland scooper... anyone tryed?
« Last post by vini on February 08, 2016, 11:02:24 am »
Hi everybody,

As in the title... I was wondering if it's possible to just plug a scooper on a microbrute, anyone tryed?

I was thinking about setting up a moog mother 32 on a microbrute and then I found out about the scooper from roland. Any idea if the three of them could easily work together?

I am a bit new to modular and I have troubles figuring everything out.

BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Connecting to multiple Midi Units?
« Last post by syrupcore on February 08, 2016, 10:39:53 am »
You can also use a TRS/Stereo Y cable and the two MIDI connectors that came with your BSP.

Never thought of that one. One less thing to bring out of the house in some scenarios. Thank you!
BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Feature Request: Drum Sequencer Transpose
« Last post by syrupcore on February 08, 2016, 10:38:13 am »
Probably been requested already but I couldn't find another thread for it.

I have different drum sample players (hardware and software) and many of them start at different drum notes. I'd really appreciate the ability to transpose the drum sequencer's starting note on a per project, pattern or on-the-fly basis.

Bonus: there's the 'practical' use case I've just outlined. But there's also a couple of musical use cases. First would be simply experimenting with shifting your whole drum pattern where you snare is now your hi-tom and you clap is now your kick. Second is if you're 'hacking' the drum sequencer for polyphonic chord/note output. On machine transposition of the drum sequence would open that possibility way up.

BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Beatstep Pro and MFB Tanzbär
« Last post by syrupcore on February 08, 2016, 10:30:50 am »
You can assign the controllers to the Tanzbär but you can't record any of those movements to the drum sequencer.
BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Setting up Midi Channels
« Last post by syrupcore on February 08, 2016, 10:09:39 am »
Think the confusion here is about how MIDI Thru boxes operate. All it does it mirror whatever it is sent to each of its outputs. In order to get the above set ups to work, you need to consult the manual for the Volca and the JP-08 (and the micro brute and the MFB) to figure out how to set *that device's* MIDI channel. That is, each device connected to an output on your thru box needs to have it's own discreet MIDI channel set. By default, most devices ship with the MIDI Channel set to 1.

Try this: 
  • Leave the Volca set to channel 1
  • Set the JP-08 to MIDI Channel 2 (consult the manual)
  • On the BeatStep Pro, select sequencer 2 (big button)
  • On the BSP, hold MIDI Channel and hit step 2. That should move the yellow light to #2
  • Enter some notes and rejoice.

Same idea of the Microbutes+MFB Tanzbär (nice setup by the way!)

Actually, just peeked at the manual and it looks like the Tanzbär defaults to MIDI Channel 3 for the drum sounds. http://mfberlin.de/wp-content/uploads/Tanzbar_Midi_english.pdf
BeatStep Pro / Out of sync with cubase
« Last post by fabignoli on February 08, 2016, 10:03:38 am »

First, sorry for my english. It's poor I'm afraid.

The BSP is a great sequencer with lot of good ideas inside the box. With Internal, everything seems to be OK, but with external clock there a lot of issue.

I've tried the BSP with midi software, with a PC, with a Mac, with hardware midi sequencer, with analog sequencer and with an lfo for the clock. When you go further than 90 or 100BPM, the BSP is out of sync after 3 or 4 pattern ? Some notes dissapear... The BPM display is changing. If i set 126BPM in cubase, it first display 126, then 127, then 125.

I try to sync the BSP with USB, MIDI IN or clock-in, same problem with rhe 3 inputs. Just to say, it the first sequencer I can't SYNC with my hardware. I don't know how your programmer have done this, but it seems they don't use interrupt programming to stay in sync. I always use interrupt on my DIY sequencer and with a poor ATMEGA328 (it's a 3$ chips), you can play at 250BPM, it stay in sync.

Hope you wil find a solution, this sequencer is great.

OH. I upgrade to the last version, but it doesn't works...

Best regards
You will be able to choose witch midi channel to be send as CV.
You will be able to record only one sequence at the same time.
Hello. im trying to use an external keyboard as contoller, and convert midi into cv. Ive setup the midi-in channel for sequencer 1 to the same midi-out channel of the external keyboard, but no signal is received. Can you help me with the correct setup? thanks
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