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gentleclockdivider
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3217 posts since 22 Mar, 2009 from gent

Post Fri Aug 28, 2020 8:03 am

I almost feel guilty for the many posts but you seem to be the only one active onthi board :lol:
In the stepsequencer I made , I have a problem
The velocity setting of a non active step is defining the velocity of the step right after it , not in sync but an easy fix
Obviously it was the numeric table which get it's data to late , since the signal flow is left--right , top bottom
What would be the best approach , moving the table up , or left of the pack note module , this is something I am still struggling with .
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colin@loomer
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2175 posts since 25 Aug, 2003 from Bournemouth, UK

Post Fri Aug 28, 2020 8:19 am

Leave it with me, I'll take a look and get back to you asap (which may be tomorrow, as my schedule is a bit packed this evening.)
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gentleclockdivider
KVRAF
3217 posts since 22 Mar, 2009 from gent

Post Fri Aug 28, 2020 8:23 am

Order module was/is also a solution
Am I correct that whene using the order module the positioning doesn't matter anymore ?
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colin@loomer
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2175 posts since 25 Aug, 2003 from Bournemouth, UK

Post Fri Aug 28, 2020 8:30 am

Yes, that's correct. When you use an order module, it will always emit events from its outputs in left to right order. A module connected to output #1 will then always receive the event before a module connected to output #2. (Caveat: if you have multiple modules connected to the same output, the usual positioning-based order still applies to events sent to those specific modules.)
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