Eight notes, sixteen timbres. A simple, well-commented Norns script for turning Grid into a quantized keyboard.
- k2: up one octave
- k3: down one octave
- e2: change root note
- e3: change scale
- press a key to make beautiful sounds
- left/right position controls pitch
- up/down position controls filter cutoff
- out1: v/oct
- out2: gate
- out3: -5V to 5V on up/down axis
- out4: 0 to 10V on up/down axis
Find it in the Maiden project manager
If you get an ‘error: init’ on load, then make sure you have a Grid plugged in. The script doesn’t function without one. If you have a Grid plugged in and you’re still seeing this error then post below with details of what Grid you’re using and how it’s connected to your Norns.
add “magic mode” where random notes are played over time. To engage and disengage, press the four corners of the grid at the same time. The pace of forgetting past notes has also been slowed.
gridofpoints now checks if a grid is connected and displays an error message if not
button-press memories now fade with time, rather than with action (pressing keys)
gridofpoints remembers which keys you pressed, though memories fade
Fixing inverted Crow outputs 3/4
Added support for grids that aren’t 16x8
Reversed x/y mappings on grid, and output one and two on Crow
Also added a faint echo on grid of the last note you pressed, so it’s easier to remember where you were