Wave sequencing as an instrument

Some Protracker modules are using the patterns to create wave sequenced instruments based on the individual samples. This could be as simple as repeating the same instrument with effect A (which is the volumeslide effect: 00 C-3 01 A 0A 01 C-3 01 A 0A 02 C-3 01 A 0A 03 C-3 01 A 0A 04 C-3 01 A 0A It could also be something more advanced, like this: 00 C-2 08 A 0A 01 — 00 C 01 02 — 00 0 00 03 C-2 08 C 20 04 C-2 08 A 0F 05 — 00 0 00 06 C-2 07 C 10 07 C-3 06 A 0F This is something that is also commonly used in synthesisers such as Korg Wavestation, where you construct...

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Tutorial: How to use Audiobus with VividTracker

In this tutorial, we will go through how to record a pattern from VividTracker to Cubasis. Start with opening Audiobus. Choose VividTracker as INPUT and Cubasis as OUTPUT, and tap to launch each app. In VividTracker, select the pattern you want to record in Cubasis. Mute the tracks you don’t want to record by tapping on each track header. In this case, we will mute TRACK #2, TRACK #3 and TRACK #4. The track headers will turn grey when muted. Before we start the recording, make sure the tempo is the same in both Cubasis and VividTracker. In this video, Cubasis is already set to a tempo...

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