Ansible / Kria Meta-sequencing Tutorial (Video)


#1

Since I couldn’t find any documentation or discussion about the meta-sequencing capabilities of Ansible/Kria, I decided to make a little tutorial video for those who may not have known about it or how to use it. Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWBXLsbxWlw


#2

Awesome thank you!!!


#3

thank you so much for making this. you did a nice job explaining everything very clearly.


#4

Thank you expressive fingers.


#5

Fantastic! An asset to our community!


#6

Superb tutorial! I didn’t know you could jump to any step like that, that’s a really good tip.


#7

Thank you, thank you, thank you!


#8

Spot on! This gave me ideas for improvising with kria using the meta sequencer which I hadn’t yet thought about. Thank you


#9

Thank you!! It’s so helpful


#10

hugely informative, thank you so much


#11

thanks so much!
like so much video tutorials instead of manuals
they let me dream a little bit more :slight_smile:


#12

Awesome. Meadowphysics next??? :star_struck:


#13

Was just playing a bit with the meta-sequencing on Kria and I’m struggling with something I’d like to be able to do.

I’ve got two different sections (section A, section B), each is 3 patterns chained and i’ve got one in the first meta-sequence row and another in the second. So I’m looping section A and what I’d like to be able to do is seamlessly switch to section B, on time when the last (3rd) pattern from section A finishes in the current meta-sequence loop.

The behavior I’m expecting is something sort of like how changing the loop in the main sequencer works, but when I try to switch the loop, I always hear the last pattern of section B first, before section B loops around and starts from its first pattern.

Not sure if I’m missing something here. Perhaps there is a way to cue the next loop? Maybe I need to roll my sleeves up and dig into the meta-sequencing code?

Anyone have any insight on this?