Grid based delay sequencer.
TimeParty is 4 step sequencers that each modulate a different delay parameter: “rate”, “time”, “feedback” and “mix.” Each sequencer has independent lengths and clock divisions.
This is a work in progress. I have many more ideas for it, but wanted to share it for people to play with before I fall any farther down the rabbit hole and my girlfriend leaves me because I’m spending too much time with my toys.
- External clock sync
- “Hold” mode - freeze current buffer
- Tap tempo
- Change sequence directions - reverse, pendulum, random, drunk
- Scale options for rate sequencer
- Other FX/more sequences
- “Shift” modulation values
Grid, Norns, external audio input
– E2 : change sequence
– E3 : change param
– K3 : select param
Modulation values for “time” and “rate” work as follows:
row 8 (bottom) - 1/2 note
row 7 - dotted half
row 6 - 1/2 note triplet
These values are then multiplied by 2 all the way up the height of your grid (so the next 3 are 1/4, dotted 1/4, 1/4 triplet, etc). When modulating rate, the pitches will translate to root/octave, 4th and 5th.
“Feedback” and “mix” mod values will just be equal divisions based on the height of your grid.
I may replace the mix sequencer with something more interesting at some point. I also might remove the bottom row from the sequencers so it can be used for controlling various parameters.