MATRIXSYNTH: Audulus 2 Minute Tip - 15: Introduction to Flipflop Memory

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Audulus 2 Minute Tip - 15: Introduction to Flipflop Memory

Published on Jan 30, 2016 Bimini Road

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"This video is a primer on Flipflop Memory - flipflops are the smallest unit of memory possible - it's either a one or a zero. Each time a flipflop is pinged by the Midi button, it reverses its state (it flipflops!).

With this setup, you can change 8 different parameters on or off with just one button and one knob.

The fundamentals laid out here are necessary for understanding how to make the *very* complex sequencers and pseudo-computers that are possible within Audulus.

The 2 Minute Tip series breaks apart topics on Audulus into bite-sized chunks. I don't talk during the tutorials (though there are a few notes that pop up), and this is so that international viewers who don't understand English well don't feel left out. Familiarize yourself with the node menu and my navigation won't be so mystifying. In the future, we'll develop a finger press indicator so you can see where I'm tapping."

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