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ValliSoftware
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Random Drum Pattern Generator using MIDI Transform

Mon Jul 27, 2020 9:32 am

This shows how to create the MIDI Transform...


Now to create more MIDI Transform for certian 3rd party drum instruments I have

Drumvolution here
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Re: Random Drum Pattern Generator using MIDI Transform

Mon Jul 27, 2020 3:02 pm

Breaktweaker


Microtonic


StoreDrum 2


Of all the videos I've showed so far, I think other 3rd party instruments fall in one of these settings.
The other thing to keep in mind, is you can take something from one or more settings to apply to one of the existing settings.
Your imagination is the limit. :mrgreen:
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Re: Random Drum Pattern Generator using MIDI Transform

Sat Apr 24, 2021 2:07 pm

ValliSoftware wrote:
Microtonic...

...Of all the videos I've showed so far, I think other 3rd party instruments fall in one of these settings...

Thank you so much for this. I recently bought Microtonic and this seems like it’s going to be really cool.

I’d love to use this with FXpansion’s Geist (v1). Hopefully I’ll be able to apply it by watching the videos you posted. All the best.
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Re: Random Drum Pattern Generator using MIDI Transform

Sat Apr 24, 2021 9:09 pm

TheUncannyValley wrote:
ValliSoftware wrote:
Microtonic...

...Of all the videos I've showed so far, I think other 3rd party instruments fall in one of these settings...

Thank you so much for this. I recently bought Microtonic and this seems like it’s going to be really cool.

I’d love to use this with FXpansion’s Geist (v1). Hopefully I’ll be able to apply it by watching the videos you posted. All the best.

Make sure to visit Patternarium :mrgreen:
https://soniccharge.com/patternarium
You can download use them in Microtonic.
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