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I am new here in the forum and new to the SEQ V4+ world. It's a really cool and unique concept and I have the greatest respect for the work that has been done here in this community. To be honest, I only found it out by reading an article last year on amazona.de. I have a question to which I have not found an answer despite searching in this forum. If the question is wrong here in this section of the forum, I have no problem moving it to a more appropriate location, as it is actually not a "Construction" question. What I understood so far is, that a track consists on a number of layers. The number of layers depends on how you "format" the track at the beginning of working with the track. So the question I have is, if it would be possible that the layers could have a different length than the track itself. For example, you have Layer A which contains notes. Length of the layer is 16 steps and is repeating after 16 steps Layer B controls note velocity is repeating after 5 steps Layer C controls gate length is repeating after 7 steps and so on. Maybe there is also an other way to achieve the same result. For example I haven't fully understood the nth1/nth2 function yet... Don't kill me if it's a stupid question or if the question shows that I haven't understood the architecture of the SEQ Thanks for your support! Stefan