T&T ProPulsion to Seq.

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Carly(Poohbear)
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Post 19 Oct 2017

A question came up "Propultion Drum sequencer, Awesome to program quick drums, why did they not include a way to drop the midi we do to the sequencer. Is there any alternative way to getting these notes to the sequencer anyone,"

and here is my answer.




Using
ProPulsion
CV8x4
MoPol
Either a player or EMI (via a Midi Loopback) to get the data to the Seq.
(Kong)
Propulsion To CV PoohBear.zip

To see a full list of my tips and tricks please see viewtopic.php?f=5&t=7503909


PoohBear

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Recent Music made with Reason
(Electronic) Poly Madness
(Electronic) Solar Dance
(Electronic) Into The Night
(Upbeat) The Players Took Me There Made in Reason 9 with heavy use of the players
(Electronic) 5 Steps (Video added) Updated
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My Soundcloud Page ....... Nektar Mappings
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Post 19 Oct 2017

Brilliant, thanks for taking the time!
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Post 19 Oct 2017

very helpful tutorial Thank, :)

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Post 19 Oct 2017

Very useful. Probably won't use it just use pattern automation but there will probably come a time when I'll need to export the midi data, good to know!
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Post 19 Oct 2017

Carly(Poohbear) wrote:
19 Oct 2017
A question came up "Propultion Drum sequencer, Awesome to program quick drums, why did they not include a way to drop the midi we do to the sequencer. Is there any alternative way to getting these notes to the sequencer anyone,"

and here is my answer.




Using
ProPulsion
CV8x4
MoPol
Either a player or EMI (via a Midi Loopback) to get the data to the Seq.
(Kong)

Propulsion To CV PoohBear.zip


PoohBear

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Recent Music made with Reason
(Electronic) Poly Madness
(Electronic) Solar Dance
(Electronic) Into The Night
(Upbeat) The Players Took Me There Made in Reason 9 with heavy use of the players
(Electronic) 5 Steps (Video added) Updated
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
My Soundcloud Page ....... Nektar Mappings
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Very cool!

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Post 20 Oct 2017

Hum...gotta try those variants. Just curious if i can record CV curves in the same way if i connect a rotary or a mod wheel?
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

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Post 20 Oct 2017

Loque wrote:
20 Oct 2017
Hum...gotta try those variants. Just curious if i can record CV curves in the same way if i connect a rotary or a mod wheel?
I use the EMI a lot, see my other video's CV to Midi.

One thing to remember is as soon as you record to the SEQ via midi you are scaling your signal to 0 -127, I did play about with using the pitch bend wheel as that is scaled a LOT higher.

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Post 20 Oct 2017

Carly(Poohbear) wrote:
20 Oct 2017
Loque wrote:
20 Oct 2017
Hum...gotta try those variants. Just curious if i can record CV curves in the same way if i connect a rotary or a mod wheel?
I use the EMI a lot, see my other video's CV to Midi.

One thing to remember is as soon as you record to the SEQ via midi you are scaling your signal to 0 -127, I did play about with using the pitch bend wheel as that is scaled a LOT higher.
Thx. I srsly could slap in my face for completly overlooking EMI :oops:
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

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Post 20 Oct 2017

Loque wrote:
20 Oct 2017
Carly(Poohbear) wrote:
20 Oct 2017


I use the EMI a lot, see my other video's CV to Midi.

One thing to remember is as soon as you record to the SEQ via midi you are scaling your signal to 0 -127, I did play about with using the pitch bend wheel as that is scaled a LOT higher.
Thx. I srsly could slap in my face for completly overlooking EMI :oops:
Just to clarify that is the pitch bend wheel on the EMI.

A lot of people do over look the EMI, I think some of it with other people is due to having to setup a midi loopback and a surface control in Reason which is very straight forward thing to do. In both cases it takes a couple of minutes to do and you only have to do it once.

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Post 24 Oct 2017

I wonder if there is another way to do this without the player and midi out

because I prefer to work with reason essential,

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Post 24 Oct 2017

sdst wrote:
24 Oct 2017
I wonder if there is another way to do this without the player and midi out

because I prefer to work with reason essential,
To write straight into the SEQ :twisted:

I have given this some thought but the only thing I could come up with is no good for editing, route it via Thor and convert it to Audio and then later on you can convert the audio back to CV. still thinking about this one.

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