MATRIXSYNTH: RIT M Sequencing Many Samples

Thursday, August 02, 2018

RIT M Sequencing Many Samples

Published on Aug 2, 2018 freshnelly

"As many RIT_M users are using their sequences to control samples I thought I'd chime in and do a bit of that myself!
It helps if the samples are slices from a set progression or in a set key. These samples are from the Reflex Liveloop Flash-8 Expansion demo so are in Cm except the drums.

There are a lot of samples and the Reflex uses the CV input to offset selection of these samples. There aren't exactly 60 samples to cover the +0-5V range (default RIT_M setting) so sometimes there's thresholds that can go one way or the other, thus producing a random adjacent sample glitch.

I personally like this as it adds variance, but can be made more stable by adjusting the RIT_M's CV-to-Gate pulse delay. It's default at 1mS but can be set up to 8mS to allow more time for the CV (and Reflex circuitry) to stabilize.

I guess a good lesson here is to keep all of the samples in the same key with variety to easily implement a sequence with them!"

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