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Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Plan B Model 28 Tap Clock Demo


YouTube via jamescigler.
"A brief demo of the Plan B Model 28 Programmable Tap Clock and it's use in a couple basic patches."

3 comments:

  1. one of the better youtube modular demo makers out there. i really enjoy all his videos. well spoken, knowledgable, interesting patches.

    A+ mate.

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  2. James!

    Woah...this is GREAT. thanks. I've linked to it on our site. Could you contact me offline about usage rights? peter t ear-group dot net.

    Regarding the separate START/STOP inputs:

    Doing it with two inputs instead of one is a flashback from my Buchla days. My feeling it's better this way as you can if you wish use separate signals to start and stop the counting. This way you could for instance use a keyboard trigger to start it, which would also be used to start a sequencer and reset that seq to stage 1. Then you could use the gate output of let's say stage eight of that sequencer to stop the M28. This way you can get repeated eight beat phrases from the 28 which would begin on the depression of a keyboard. It would be much harder to do that with a single start/stop input.

    - P

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  3. Great video, as always. James' demo vids are some of the best on youtube. Keep up the good work, I'm looking forward to the next video. :)

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