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Sunday, March 18th 2012, 8:09pm

Chord memory

A special mode in arpegiator, where you can play a meorised chord with just on key.

And maby change the chord type with a parrameter.

Would Be awsome

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Sunday, March 18th 2012, 11:12pm

RE: Chord memory

A special mode in arpegiator, where you can play a meorised chord with just on key.

And maby change the chord type with a parrameter.

Would Be awsome
are you requesting a special function that let you play a midi sequence inside virus ARP ?. and to change that midi sequence notes using a Virus piano roll editor encripted in Virus editor ? ?( This will be the greatest update o all times . ...

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Monday, March 19th 2012, 3:54pm

Come to think of it, you can create a patch that plays a minor/major chord - have osc1 play +0 semitones, osc2 play +4 and osc3 play +7 semitones. That's a major chord. Now set up a soft knob so that turning the knob will detune osc2 -1 semitones and presto! Of course, you can also do this the other way round, where osc2 plays +3 semitones (minor) and the softknob adds +1 semitone. You can also play it through an arpeggiator, but it will not break the notes apart. You can break the notes apart by controlling oscillator mix/volume using the LFO-s.

Suspended chords are also possible the same way but will demand positioning the soft knob very carefully. Augmented and diminished need another soft knob to control osc3 pitch (need to check if it is a destination). 7ths, 9ths etc. need a fourth oscillator, the sub oscillator is not a good candidate since it is a slave of osc1.