Teach your crow how to play paradiddle rudiments like a drummer!
My (limited) formal music training has been in percussion. When I learnt to play paradiddles (8 straight beats alternating hands as in LRLL RLRR, and other variations) I thought they sounded great when each hand plays on a different drum/cymbal, giving the feeling of a complex polyrhythm, but being fairly easy to play. I thought it would be a nice crow scripting training project to code these rhythms into crow!
In the video you can hear mostly the modes with a 20% chance of a rest, which give the rhythm nice randomized variations. I found that a synced delay (mimeophon there) went very well with it too!
crow V2.0 or later.
input 1: clock
input 2: crow will send alternating triggers from outputs 1 and 2, in a pattern that can be selected sending a given voltage to this input:
3V and up - paradiddle diddle (121122 212211)
1.5V to 3V - double paradiddle (121211 212122)
-1.5V to 1.5V - paradiddle (1211 2122)
-3V to -1.5V - double paradiddle, with a 20% chance of a rest
-3V or lower - paradiddle diddle, with a 20% chance of a rest
output 3: sends a trigger every 4th beat
output 4: 20% chance of sending a trigger every beat, useful for accents
v1.0.0 - https://github.com/unit-cell/crow_scripts/blob/master/diddle.lua