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syntesis driven by a sequencer

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recently in the  kyma library  i came across with some little drum modules driven by a sequencer. I've added slipstick and a replicator to it and it sounds amazing but unfortunately a little bit inharmoniously. Is there another module instead of the sequencer to produce a more harmonious sound which is  playable via claviature?

btw: how does synthesis driven by a sequencer work? I mean the part function-waveshapersequencer. for a better understanding please see my example sound. myexample.kym

asked Aug 14, 2015 in Sound Design by knut-kaulke (Adept) (1,940 points)

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Have you tried some of the other sequencer examples from the Prototypes?  Try a ctrl+B search for sequencer.

Another thing to try: open a sample in the Wave Editor; then in the Gallery section of the sidebar, set the control source to sequencer.  Click Gallery to get some examples of sequencers on your sample.

The sequencer functions by generating key events for the Sound to its left.
answered Aug 17, 2015 by ssc (Savant) (120,590 points)
selected Aug 19, 2015 by knut-kaulke
oh yes, I have descried the gallery inside the new kyma 7 audio editor and I must say it is a very nice and intuitive feature in order to get fast results. thank you very much!