Doesn’t seem so, @SFKeydel
12 beats is OK, you can always use the endless sequencer for the element you need more complexity of, overdub that.
I think eesn’s comment relates to the OP1. Has anyone found a way to do 3/4 time on the PO series?
Back to eesn’s point - the OP1 pattern sequencer can easily be put into triple time by reducing the pattern from 16 to 12 steps using the white knob.
Yeah, at the time, I didn’t have an OP-1, and didn’t actually understand the suggestion :-), but appreciated the effort. But yes, it would still be nice to figure out a way to do 3/4 time on the POs.
You could potentially do this using multiple patterns. For instance, if you were to chain together 3 patterns for a total of 4 3/4 measures (is this the right word?). I have yet to try it, but it seems like it would be quite doable.
@cloudburst whoa… I had to do some music-term research to understand your question there.
Ah - I get you know. Tempo just fine; just a little bit more confusing to manage. Ta.
I dare say that’s what I suggested in my original post
I found that using a spreadsheet and some creative coloring helps keep track of how to align non-4/4 measures into the PO. I managed to fit a 7/4 track on the sheet, but haven’t punched it in yet.
While not practical in many circumstances, when syncing to other gear using volt triggers/audio transients rather than clock, the fact that the sync relies on 1/8 resolution means you can put in a couple of 1/16 triggers to make the PO follow x/8 time signatures.
@GCF can you share with us the spreadsheet?
ah yes indeed, if you can chain patterns, 3 x 4/4 = 4 x 3/4, inconvenient but :shrug:
Such a shame, I am able to do any time signature imaginable in my old Drumatix and RY10 :’(