Anyway it doesn't seem to work the way you're looking for... … esizer.pdf

I thought the sequencer is what Mssiah's and Prophet's Monosynth and Bassline is about...

I don't remember.
Did you consider using Cynthcart or Retroskoi for this?

Yes, try to amplify your trigger signal using mixer or something similar.

turboninja wrote:

nothing works with lgpt, it works with ableton. Maybe not enough volume.

Dinsync doesn't need Start/Stop trigger this way...
In case that Start/Stop pin (pin 1) is set to High (connected to +5V), it is always on Start and you can start/stop machine (eg. Prophet 64) manually in any point, any time.
If pin 1 is set to Low (zero V) it is set to Stop and machine won't start...

Anyway Nanoloop sync signal should be 24ppqn, same speed as dinsync trigger pulses
I tried it with my nanoloop 2.2 last week (and with TR606 Dinsync - nanoloop as Slave)
I don't think higher versions of nanoloop uses different clock for syncing

And you're right, Nanoloop doesn't use Dinsync, It uses only Clock signal at same speed as Dinsync, So I called it this way, my fault...

herr_prof wrote:
ryba wrote:

or read my post here, Nanoloop uses Dinsync (Sync24) as I know...

I dont think that's right, dinsync requires pulses AND a start/stop trigger.

or read my post here, Nanoloop uses Dinsync (Sync24) as I know...

Do you have SPs charged to green led when you run other cartridges than EMS64? My SP has short lifetime when it's led shows Red, not Green. Also EMS carts consumes more power than others, I realised it also on my DMG.

Pointless wrote:

Attach a video to the link below.

+1 for Bludgeonsoft

Midi via USB port?

Orgia Mode:
Save some money and get Bastl
This is what you are looking for (OK it has only 6 channels, but...) … rider.html

I have some vintage small Casio LCD TV, But it's usefull, You need 3,5" at least, but I think this is also too small. Mostly I use old 5" blackandwhite TV, the're bloody cheap and have composite video input. It works well.

Duck wrote:

Hi... I'm just starting to experiment with LGPT really.
I'd like to play around with chopping up drum breaks for some jungle/breakcore style tunes and I am just wondering if there's a trick to this on LGPT?

I guess use the RETRIG and maybe PLOF commands to get started?

Exactly. Mostly PLOF.

Saskrotch wrote:

sorry bud, that's LSDJ, better luck next time


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Good point. I'll try
OK, I have to reupload all the tracks.

Just got One of these with SuperMario Land 1 on it.


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