Launch price until Feb 21, 2019!
NoteRepeat is a virtual touchpad which outputs note repeats at different rates and velocities as the cursor position moves along the X and Y axes. The X axis selects the repeat rate and the Y axis selects the velocity. The touch surface is divided into six lanes, each with an assignable repeat rate which can be chosen from a total of fourteen different types. To provide some rhythmic variation from the straight repetitions, there are eight stock patterns which can be set independently for each lane. Furthermore, it is possible to use external patterns from other instruments like the Matrix sequencer via the CV inputs in the back of the player. The note repetitions can be quantized to the grid or be unquantized.
NoteRepeat makes it easy and fun to create those intricate drum and percussion patterns which are essential to many contemporary electronic music styles. When used inside the modular Reason environment, the potential uses multiply, especially when paired with other players. Try it with melodic instruments, vocal samples, sound effects, etc. The results might surprise you!
- XY virtual touchpad with six configurable repeat lanes
- 14 different repeat rates assignable independently for each lane
- note repeats can be quantized or un-quantized
- 8 stock patterns selectable for each lane
- support for external patterns via the CV inputs in the back of the player
- when using external patterns, one can decide whether to use the external velocity or the velocity from the Y cursor position via dedicated switches in the back of the player
- selectable output note
- note repeat Gate and CV out
- separate X and Y position CV out
- XY movements can be recorded in the sequencer and can be controlled via Remote
- output note and pattern selections are also automatable and remotable