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  1. Is it possible to make a roll with a decrementing or incrementing distance between steps? It appears you can do it with Midi Echo, but I'd like something that I can use just for specific steps, with different settings per roll.  Midi echo method that I think does this: " Ticks: defines the gradual change of the delay between each repeat between 0..200% " I would like the distance between steps to be able to grow or shrink with each repeat of the roll. It could be represented with a negative or positive percentage increase per repeat. It might work to use the Roll2 notation, e.g. 2x48+5 or 2x48-2, the + and - numbers at the end showing the increment / decrement This is a feature I've always wanted in a sequencer, and they never seem to be able to do it. The usual way I accomplish it, I can only do with samples, by reducing or increasing the length of the loop on an envelope. I'd love to be able to do it with rolls to use with a drum synth. 
  2. Made with Midibox Seq, Waldorf Blofeld, and Superwave Tinypops. A little Repro-1. Seq is featured very prominently in the video!
  3. Hello, first of all I have to say THANK YOU to Thorsen for this amazing sequencer and platform. I just finished my build recently and I am already in love with it. Also HUGE thank you to Julian over at for making the front panel at a reasonable rate, it is absolutely gorgeous. However, I'm having an issue with midi routing and I'm hoping someone can help me out.  I'm trying to send track notes to two synthesizers at the same time. I've set a note track to send to BUS1 Channel 1, and in the midi router I have set IN to Bus1 All channels, and Out to OUT1 All channels. Photos are attached.  The problem is that I don't get any notes out of OUT1. If I change the track to send directly to OUT1, Channel 1, I can hear the notes. Please help, what am I missing? Also attached is a photo of my build :) 
  4. [solved] Midi Router not routing buses

    Thank you for your response, this is exactly what I'm looking for! There is SO much to play with on this awesome sequencer. I am happy with it beyond words. I was going to program my own sequencer, but here all of the features I want to implement have already been done plus many, many more I never would have thought of in my lifetime. I really appreciate the people here in the forums, everyone's posts really helped me with my build.