Changing Patterns on Drum Sequencer RRP

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sequence
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Post 02 Jul 2020

hello world

I have a Drum Sequencer on a Reason Rack Plugin in Reaper... but cannot find how to change the pattern from the Reaper track...
I suppose it is possible, but nowhere to be found how.

thanks for any pointers!

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chimp_spanner
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Post 02 Jul 2020

sequence wrote:
02 Jul 2020
hello world

I have a Drum Sequencer on a Reason Rack Plugin in Reaper... but cannot find how to change the pattern from the Reaper track...
I suppose it is possible, but nowhere to be found how.

thanks for any pointers!
I'm not familiar with Reaper unfortunately but a quick Google suggests that what you need are Track Envelopes. These are automation curves that can be assigned to parameters on the track or of instruments/effects on the track. Drumseq Pattern will be an available automation destination, once you can find where automation is in Reaper! I'm sure someone else can give you better advice than this ;)

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ljekio
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Post 02 Jul 2020

Right click on pattern line
2020-07-02_21-56-58.jpg
Track control knob will created
2020-07-02_21-57-43.jpg
Or create track envelope.
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VIVIsect
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Post 02 Jul 2020

I'm not familiar with Reaper, but in Ableton Live you can automate pattern changes. Unfortunately it's rather useless because Drum Sequencer will constantly miss beats or go out of time. Highly annoying.

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sequence
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Post 02 Jul 2020

ljekio wrote:
02 Jul 2020
Right click on pattern line

2020-07-02_21-56-58.jpg

Track control knob will created

2020-07-02_21-57-43.jpg

Or create track envelope.
This seems to be working ok... thank you so much.
thanks all for helping out!

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