pdxindy wrote:halsallian wrote:pdxindy wrote:halsallian wrote:I think that storing the tap speed factors for each of the 4 taps in the sequencer rather than it just keeping the last value set would be a big leap forward and give some really great effects
I don't understand what you mean?
go to the sequencer and set the first tap to 4 in the first sequencer slot
change the sequencer slot to number 2 - you will see that the first tap is still set to 4 - set it to 8
switch the sequencer slot back to 1 - it hasn't remember the 4 has it but has the 8
I'd like these tap speeds to be stored in the sequencer slots
you mean when switching between the 8 snapshots, you want the timing multiplier of each of the 4 outputs to be stored per snapshot?
I doubt that is even possible... I mean the 8 sequencer snapshots can smoothly fade between them and can even be modulated at audio-rate.
Why wouldn't that be possible?
You can modulate each slot in Ableton Live (but the display in Bazille is inaccurate and often says 4 when it's really 5)