Here are some improved sequencer modules for Orac on the Organelle:
Make sure you have Orac installed first. The .zop package creates a new folder of modules and also installs 3 presets for demo. The package includes:
Updated LINK and MIDI enabled clock module that outputs 360 numbered ticks per beat…All the sequencers require this 360 tick beat clock to operate (more about this later), so this clock module must replace the standard Orac clock module in slot s2 for any of the following sequencers to work.
The AUX button in the clock module sends a global start/stop signal to the sequencers. (to use this message in Pd: [r global-start] and [r global-stop]
Simple module that plays a click sound on the quarter note.
Updated note sequencer driven by the beat clock so tempo stays locked. Press and hold to record enable, it will start recording with first note pressed, press again to end recording. The sequence length is quantized to nearest beat. You can also multiply the playback speed which is fun.
Same as above, but includes built in arpeggiator. You can select beat division driving the arpeggiator and apply swing (the swing setting only applies to beat divisions 2 and 4, eighth or sixteenth notes).
Updated punchy module. Like the arpseq above, you can select the beat division and swing that drives the punched in sequence. It is great to put a seq module in front of the punchy module to sequence your punched sequences…
Updated polybeats module. You can now select the beat division and swing that drives the polyrhythm. And it finally SAVES the polyrhythm!
The AUX button in the clock module sends a global start/stop signal to the sequencers, so they can all be started in sync. When you load a preset, the sequencers are stopped by default. You can start them individually or use the AUX button in the clock module.