MATRIXSYNTH: Introducing the GROUND CONTROL - eurorack performance sequencer

Monday, March 29, 2021

Introducing the GROUND CONTROL - eurorack performance sequencer

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Check full tutorial for the Ground Control by @loopop​ further below.

00:00​ Intro
00:21​ Ground Control
01:04​ Mute bus
01:21​ MIDI/clock I/O
02:23​ Recording modes
03:08​ X0X editor
04:28​ Ratchets
05:05​ 101-stle of record notes
05:33​ Transpose modes
06:52​ Changing the patterns
07:52​ Roller
08:26​ Arpeggiator
09:40​ Probability
10:03​ Shuffle
11:08​ Saving the patterns
11:49​ Velocity/modulation change
12:10​ BPM
12:36​ Menu / sync divider
13:00​ MIDI/USB-MIDI features
13:25​ Outro

o 42hp eurorack modular performance CV/MIDI/USB-MIDI sequencer / workstation.
o 2 octave keyboard (no velocity or pressure action), play sequences and grooves on the fly or use external USB/MIDI gear or DAW integration or control external MIDI gear.
o arbitrary, up to 64 steps per pattern, 24 patterns per track, 24 projects
o dedicated mute/solo bus quantized / momentary to pattern length.
o 4 tracks: drum track with 8 triggers and modulation and 3 melodic CV/Gate tracks. Velocity and CC is recorded from external MIDI.
o works also as a power supply for your modular system (same as Shuttle Control) or can be powered by a buss board like any other module.
o various record modes: 101-style step input with step editing, live recording and step editor with x0x-style drum editing.
o arpeggiator, roller, patterns queue, slides, ties/rests, ratchets, transpose.

Intro music by @Julia Bondar​ (​)
Module's explanation by Wisdom Water.

GROUND CONTROL Review // Eurorack Sequencer and Arpeggiator by Endorphines // Full tutorial
video by loopop

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