that makes sense, but i think i didn’t ask specifically enough, sorry!
i will install when i’m home later tonight, but was wondering about a scenario like this:
- parameters are all loop synced
- i set an octave shift for a step
- i set 25% probability that the octave shift will occur
- i set a ratchet to repeat that step
when the step is hit the first time, let’s say the octave shift doesn’t happen.
when the step is repeated with the ratchet, does the first nonevent carry over to the repeat (ie: the parameter wasn’t changed when the step first advanced, so it absolutely won’t change on subsequent ratchet retriggers)? or would the re-trigger roll the dice again and possibly results in the octave change for the repeat?
apologies if this is muddy. i think i’m hoping that this version of kria will bring in some of my favorite aspects of the early-days app parc, namely that all parameter probabilities for a single step are re-thrown when that step repeats. creates really lively sequences.