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Name/Version: Rotating Clock Divider - Icaro Ferre Mod 1.03
Author: IcaroFerre  
Description: This is a modded version of the Rotating Clock Divider originally by user hdouble.
Original version: http://www.maxforlive.com/library/device/1490/rotating-clock-divider

According to the original description:
"The Rotating Clock Divider is a type of MIDI sequencer which takes a clock/metronome rate and outputs pulses at different subdivisions ( rate/2, rate/3, rate/4, etc.), for easily creating complex polyrhythms and textured "modular" sounding sequences. It is based on the 4ms RCD Eurorack module."

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I liked this device so much that I decided to make this mod, so here's whats different in this version:
- The rotating clock is now synced to the BPM of the project (instead of manually setting ms)
- You can set different notes (the originally was set to C3-G3)
- Buttons: Random Vel, GM (set the notes to the GM standard), Reset notes, Reset All
- Presets (thanks to kleine)

It is important to remember that this is just a mod version so most of the hard work was done by hdouble :)

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Version 1.03:
- Fixed a problem (aka bad coding) that would prevent the device from recalling the parameters values when loading a Live set.

Version 1.02:
- Fixed a bug that prevented the second note from working properly. (Thanks to johnisfaster)
 

Device Details

Downloads: 1034
Tags sequencer, beta
Live Version Used: 9.0.4
Max Version Used: 6.1.2
Date Added: Jul 11 2013 12:51:07
Date Last Updated: Aug 11 2013 23:54:46
Average Rating (1) 5
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Device Type: midi_device
URL (optional): http://icaroferre.com/projects
License (more info): AttributionNonCommercialShareAlike

Device Files

Device File: Rotating Clock Divider (Icaro Ferre Mod) 1.03.amxd
 


Comments

you could use e.g. pattrstorage or coll to store the note values?

This is great. Im gonna use it a bunch. Bug I noticed though is that C sharp isnt firing.

nice - thanks - eurorack goes m4l

Nice work...but... it seems counterproductive to have all outputs fire a bang at the beginning of the measure. am i missing something?

used this live in a chain of devices controlling my modular, thanks!

Good day! Thank's for sharing. I have found that it is nice working with global 4/4, but when I try it with global 5/4 I hear break of rhythm. Could you advise is there a way to set up it for different situations, or is there some objects within m4l to research with this task? Have a nice flow!

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