Catégorie : Extensions pour Instruments Electroniques
Fiche créée le : 08/09/2017
Arpégiateur multi-part polyphonique au format desktop
Four Part Arpeggiator: All Parts’ notes are derived from the chosen chord degree, chord type, key, & mode. See the manual for excruciating details.
Pad – Note Position and Range. Moving the position and changing the range will turn notes on and off, great for awesome soundscapes. Up to 49 notes of poly!
Drone – Note Position, Number of notes, and Trigger. Plays 1 to 3 notes continuously or tiggers on beats. Changes with chords or stays on the root note. Good for long evolving synth patches or punchy bass.
Motif 1 and 2 – Note Position, Length and Variation for Patterns and Rhythms. Use built-in patterns and rhythms or create your own. These sequenced arpeggiators are great for creating lead and bass lines.
Tempo, Key and Mode settings -provide maximum flexibility for solo noodling or jamming with friends.
Menu System – No menu diving, our flat menus make it easy to navigate the 8 menus and the Pattern and Rhythm editors.
Save and Load User Settings:
Save and load up to 8 global system settings including most performance parameters. Global settings can be changed on the fly.
In addition to the built in 20 patterns and 20 rhythms; Save 20 user patterns in the Pattern editor. Save 20 user rhythms in the Rhythm editor
Modulation – an 8 slot mod matrix with Source, Destination, and Amount.
3 LFO sources – Rate: 0.4 – 40 seconds free running, 1 to 48 beats synced. Wave Shape (Sine, Tri, Sqr, Pulse, S&H, and Patterns). Probability for LFOs 1 and 2.
Additional mod sources include; pitch bend, velocity, CCs and aftertouch.
Modulation destinations include most all The NDLR parameters.
Modulate parameters on your synths with any MIDI CC (1-127).
MIDI CC control – Most all of The NDLR parameters are CC addressable. See the MIDI CC Implementation table in the User Manual on the Downloads page.
Internal MIDI clock out (10-300 BPM)
Internal CV clock out (0-5V), 1 PPQ, 2 PPQ for Korg Volcas, 24 PPQ, with Clock divide.
External CV Clock In (5V max, currently 24 PPQ only)
External clock-in on MIDI-in 5 pin A, B or USB (1-4).
USB Power Supply not included; The NDLR runs on 5V DC, 90mA. Suitable USB power includes; PCs (but maybe not older laptops with low voltage USB), high quality USB phone charger, or USB battery pack.
The NDLR comes with a 6 foot USB cable. You can purchase longer or shorter cables as needed, with USB A to USB B connectors.
MIDI Synthesizer(s); The NDLR is a MIDI playing device, it doesn’t make any sound on its own, it sends MIDI messages to your MIDI sound modules. It can play most anything with MIDI input including vintage synths, modern synths, mono and polyphonic synths, software synthesizers, on an iPad, PC, stand-alone or VSTs in a DAW. Note that some vintage synths or synths with poor MIDI implementations may be prone to getting stuck notes. Use the Panic button on The NDLR when needed.
To connect many synths, and for the best MIDI timing we recommend using an active, 1 input to 4 or more outputs MIDI thru device.
The NDLR has rich velocity controls if your synths support velocity, but on all do.
The NDLR can be controlled with an external MIDI controller or sequencer. See The NDLR Setup Examples in The NDLR User Manual for details.
Recessed Firmware Update Button (upgrades via USB)
2x MIDI 5-Pin Inputs
2x MIDI 5-Pin Outputs
1x USB w/ 4 Virtual USB MIDI I/O ports + Power
1x Clock Out 1/8th inch jack
1x Clock In 1/8th inch jack
Connect a MIDI keyboard or sequencer and The NDLR selectable transpose MIDI channel to transpose from the key of “C” to the current NDLR key & mode.
Use a MIDI keyboard or sequencer to select chords. Choose The NDLR “Control-In” MIDI channel. The white keys map to chord degrees I-VII. Optionally black keys map to the chord type. Sonority is automatic based on key & mode.
Most features of The NDLR can be controlled by inbound CC messages.
All notes and CCs pass thru except for The NDLR control channel.
With 2 MIDI 5 pin and 4 USB MIDI in and outs, The NDLR is a MIDI merger and a MIDI splitter. See the manual for details.
Selectable Drone MIDI-out channel (Off, Pad, 1-16). Pad choice means same as Pad channel.
Selectable Pad MIDI-out channel (1-16). Poly-chains play on next successive MIDI-out channel(s). Example: Pad MIDI-out ch = 4. Polychain = 1 – all pad notes on ch 4. Polychain = 2 – every two notes plays on channels 4/5. Polychain = 4 – every 4 notes plays on channels 4/5/6/7. If you are playing 6 notes with Polychain = 2, note1->ch4, note2->ch5, note3->ch4, note4->ch5, note5->ch4, etc.
Selectable Motif 1 MIDI-out port and channel.
Selectable Motif 2 MIDI-out port and channel.
MIDI out ports are USB 1 thru 4, and 5 pin din MIDI A and MIDI B.