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#1 neonred

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Posted 09 June 2017 - 19:33

Does anyone have a good way of programming septuplets and which configurations suit you best? Seems slightly more tricky to grasp than conventional tuplets

 

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Posted 09 June 2017 - 20:10

Would this tool be of any help? https://www.renoise....ed-notes-evenly

 

It should be simple to use this for showing what delay values you need to use for any kind of grid.


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Posted 09 June 2017 - 21:26

If you are in 8 LPB it should be delays like:

  1. 00 
  2. 24
  3. 48
  4. 6C
  5. 90
  6. B4
  7. D8
  8. --- (let this line empty)

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Posted 09 June 2017 - 21:48

@sokoban Looking at it this way using delay 0-255 makes much more sense, and those values closely align with the tool joule posted.

 

@joule This is a clever little script, thanks man



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Posted 10 June 2017 - 09:37

Just a thought:  Consider the triplets in say 2 bars from Debussy Arabesque #1:

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Two patterns in this xrns producing very very similar results, but not quite the same.  Too early in the morning to consider such things :)



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Posted 12 June 2017 - 19:47

Just a thought:  Consider the triplets in say 2 bars from Debussy Arabesque #1:

 

Two patterns in this xrns producing very very similar results, but not quite the same.  Too early in the morning to consider such things :)

 

I think the 3 8th notes in the second bar should be a triplet as well.



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Posted 13 June 2017 - 06:13

I think the 3 8th notes in the second bar should be a triplet as well.

The 'triplet' in the second bar is implied from the previous bar and the beam grouping.  Debussy himself didn't indicate 'triplet' time on the sets of 3 eighth notes in the original hand written score, he probably assumed you would know from the beam grouping of those notes that they are played in triple time:

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Posted 13 June 2017 - 09:27

The 'triplet' in the second bar is implied from the previous bar and the beam grouping.  Debussy himself didn't indicate 'triplet' time on the sets of 3 eighth notes in the original hand written score, he probably assumed you would know from the beam grouping of those notes that they are played in triple time:

attachicon.gifdebussy.png

 

Interesting, I didn't know you may notate them this way, but yeah, it's quite obvious. I thought you might have missed it somehow, because you said the XRNS is "not quite the same". (I didn't have a look at the XRNS, sorry).







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