|description:||2D Polyphonic step sequencer for grids|
|tags:||sequencer crow grid midi|
2D Polyphonic step sequencer. Draw sequences across both axes and trigger events when they intersect.
Hold two pads in the main view (anywhere but the bottom row) to draw a sequence. Pads can be oriented vertically, horizontally, or diagonally, but must connect with a straight line.
Whichever pad you pressed first will determine the direction of your sequence.
You must press any pad within your new sequence to turn that note on (or off).
Hold the first and last pad of your sequence to clear it. You can also clear it from the options view, by selecting that sequence and pressing K3.
There is a max of 8 sequences. If you go over the max, they will be replaced in “first in first out” order (so the 9th sequence will replace the first, 10th will replace the 2nd, etc).
Press a snapshot pad to store the current state. If you press the same pad again, it will set all sequences back to that state. To overwrite a snapshot, hold the “alt” pad and select the snapshot that you want to overwrite.
Press a pattern pad to record a snapshot pattern, where multiple snapshot pad presses can be played back in a sequence. Recording starts once you select a snapshot, and ends when you press the pattern pad again. The pattern will playback immediately upon stopping recording. Hold the “alt” pad and press a pattern to overwrite that pattern.
Use the far left column to select sequences 1-8. The sequence will display on the norns screen, to help visualize which sequence you are editing. The sequence will also automatically highlight and display as soon as you update any of it’s options on that row.
The next 5 columns are intersect rules:
If multiple sequences intersect and play an active note at the same time, intersect rules are triggered. Rules are off for each sequence by default.
N.B. - If 1 sequencer is set to “octave,” and another sequencer is set to “mute” at intersect, “mute” will take precedence.
Columns 8-15 are per sequence clock divisions (divs 1 - 8 from left to right).
E2 - move all sequencers across the Y axis
E3 - move all sequencers across the X axis
K2 - Reset all sequencers (or selected sequence if on options view)
K3 - Clear all sequencers (or selected sequence if on options view)
Save and load presets using “save doodle” and “load doodle” options from the parameters menu. When loading, load the file with the “.doodle” extension.
Additional parameters accessible via norns parameters menu include: