Advanced LFO Sequencer!
- Play up to 50 Notes with 50 Rests
- Play up to 8 Key Octaves
- Play using all note lengths including Dotted, Triplets, Sextuplets, and Quintuplets
- Fast and Easy Sequence writing
Sequenced Patch Samples (All using only one Vital Synth)
How to make an Advanced Sequence
- Download this Zip File Vital Advanced LFO Sequencer.zip (551.0 KB)
Copy and paste Python LFO Sequencer code to any Python Compiler
Here’s a website you can go to:
Write a sequence to a text file using this as a reference Notes -[C,C#,D,D#,E,F,F#,G,G#,A,A#,B,EMP] Octave -[0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9] Length -[1,2,4,8,16,32] Special-[.,t,s,q] Note Help: EMP = Empty / Rest Length Help: 1 = Whole Note 2 = Half Note 4 = Quarter Note 8 = 8th Note 16 = 16th Note 32 = 32th Note Special Help: . = Dotted Note t = Triplet Note s = Sextuplet Note q = Quintuplet Note Example Notes: C0 8 C#0 8 A#7 16t EMP 2 Tip: You can skip lines to help organize your sequence Help: You can try any sequences inside the Text Sequence Samples Folder
Copy and Paste the sequence to "COPY_TEXT_SEQUENCE_HERE" in the Python LFO Sequencer code Then compile/run the code
To something like this:
Then compile / run by clicking this:
You should get something like this:
Check to see if the information given looks good then copy and paste the LFOs to Vital (WARNINGS/TIPS) 1:DO NOT go over 8 key octaves 2:Do NOT go over 100 points in either LFO 3:For BEST results stick to 1,2,4,8,16,32,64 Measures
1: Set your LFO Frequencies to (How many measures you have/1) 2: (IF YOU HAVE 4 OR LESS OCTAVES): Assign LFO 1 to Ocillator 1's Transpose (IF YOU HAVE 5 OR MORE OCTAVES): Set Ocillators 1's Transpose to -48 Assign LFO 1 to Ocillator 1's Transpose 3: Assign LFO 2 to Ocillator 1's Level & turn the mod knob till the Level Cuts off to 0 so everytime you have an EMP or "rest" in your sequence the Ocillator will cut off. DO NOT FORGET TO CHANGE YOUR TRANSPOSE to -48 IF YOU HAVE 5 OR MORE OCTAVES or else you might think your sequence is wrong.
ENJOY MAKING SEQUENCES!!!
- Use your creativity to create longer Sequence Patches by modifying the LFO wiring
- Inspired by @SlavaCat