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How can I get Euclidean expressions send triggers with voice stealing?

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I was working on some Euclidean machines, and noticed that the rhythm generating functions don't seem to send a short negative signal for the voice stealing technique to function. I find that the rhythms, when triggering samples, often need to reset any envelopes to avoid a little click on retriggering. I tried already wrapping the Euclidean generator with something like triggerEvery: 1 but it doesn't seem to make the voice stealing happen.
asked Apr 25, 2015 in Using Kyma by cristian-vogel (Master) (8,410 points)

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Good point; euclideanForBeats: has now been changed so it does voice stealing (in next K7 update).  In the meantime, here is a kludge expression you can use to get triggering with voice stealing:

"Note, this is a temporary kludge to make euclideanForBeats do voice-stealing until it is fixed in the next update of K7" (1 bpm: 240) * ((1 bpm: 240) abs euclideanForBeats: 32 pulses: 17 offset: 0)

answered Apr 27, 2015 by ssc (Savant) (125,720 points)
Big improvement in the sound of our rhythm computers! Thanks!