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From the manual:
To clear all learned MIDI functions, simultaneously press the LRN buttons of BD, BASS,
SD and HHT modules (the four buttons at the bottom).
Pulsar works with 0-10v. If you are triggering from Eurorack, you are likely only sending max 5v. You need a stronger trigger signal most likely.
Pulsar has unbalanced outputs, so as a rule of thumb it’s better to use TS jacks.
From the manual “The permissible volt-
age range connected to the inputs of the Pulsar is -20 to +20 volts. However, the effective operation of the input is limited to a range of 0 to 10 volts.”
So the answer is yes, to achieve full velocity, you need to send a 10v signal.
Unfortunately, it will not function the way you envisioned it. However, the Soma Ornament 8 sequencer does exactly what you ask for here, and much more. It controls (with 8 knobs) when and for how long the sensors are triggered, and so on, and frees up your hands for doing other things. The adapter connecting Ornament to Lyra also has sensors, so you can play your own notes anytime on top of the sequence running from the Ornament. It’s a lot of fun and adds another dimension to it.
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Hi, it sounds like what happens when an internal mixer loop back happens , possibly 2 channels sending in your sound-card, some plugin activated or when the input monitor is on while recording creating this flam effect. By process of elimination, can you please plug straight into your speakers, does this still happen ? What about headphones ? if not the issue is in your digital chain. hope that helps and if it doesn’t please write us at [email protected] and well investigate further to quickly resolve.October 7, 2020 at 4:02 pm in reply to: Quantization? why in this video he said there is no quantization #6268
not sure Nick knew at the time we had a quantize function 🙂
From the user manual page 10:
BANK + L + M + one of the sensors (ADD or DEL) of the desired LR channel — will quantize the content of the channel to 16 notes. The LR will stop when this operation is performed. To start it again, use the start function. For the quantize function to work correctly, please make sure that the LR is aligned with the clock dividers!! To do this, press the RST button on the CLOCK module before recording, and\or connect the LRST pin to the 0.25 output of the clock divider, and use a metronome during the recording!
Can you please email us at [email protected] and well assist you quickly. Thanks
Да конечно поможем! Пожалуйста, напишите нам на [email protected] и все решим. спасибо!
Yes you can, latency is practically non-existent thanks to the internal architecture whether using midi or CV
Sure, depending on how you’re syncing and using the loop channels, one way is by sending out a smaller clock ratio (from the clock divider) to the loops channel clock input.. e.g. a smaller ratio will essentially allow the loop channel to get longer(or shorter) in relation to others.
thanks for your question, if understood correctly, you meant chaining the bank’s ala song mode, if so that isn’t possible as the pulsar was designed to be a spontaneous live performance-oriented instrument. As an alternative, you can use an external sequencer via midi or CV for the more traditional methods of sequencing, yet we would encourage pressing REC on your audio recorder, perform and then edit away, way cooler results that way 🙂