“awake meets fugu”
Loooong ambient demonstration:
Demo of MIDI output:
Fugarc is inspired by the fugu-script by @its_your_bedtime and “Fugue-machine” for the iPad, but based on the Awake script by @tehn. Optimised for use with Crow, Arc, Grid with Ansible thru Crow and i2c.
Every function can be used without Grids, Arc or the Ansible. The script can also be used with connected midi-gear (see midi-demo with OP-1 above).
A pattern (between 1 and 16 steps wide) can be played as 4 different tracks.
Think of a track as a “playhead” you can direct to move through the steps with different speeds, different directions — or even randomly. You can also set each track to transpose the steps of patterns.
Pitch and trigger information for each track can be directed to crow and/or ansible outputs in the parameter section.
Also available are options to direct clock-signals, extra LFO’s and random voltages to crow outputs - available in the parameter-sections.
Optional: Ansible, Arc, Grid, MIDI, TXo
Grids controls pattern
Arc controls track 1 through 4 playback-modes. K1+Arc controls speed.
E1 changes modes:
K1 held is alt *
- E2/E3 move/change
- K2 *clear
- E2 loop length
- E2 selects
- E3 changes div *transpose
- K2/K3 step thru modes
- E2/E3 changes
Current release v1.0.2
Manually, login via ssh then:
git clone https://github.com/mortenwagner/fugarc.git
Manual transfer: fugarc 1.0.2.zip (87.6 KB)