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    Query re: Scales and Chords - how can i print multiple takes on "Send to Track" ?

    Hi,

    Am I missing something?

    Is it really only possible to use "Send to Track" once per Scales and Chords player use?


    I often want to try multiple ideas, but S&C players seem to work only once!

    i.e., when I apply "Send to Track" a chord progression , I can use the "Send to Track" more than once, so I can't try different progressions.
    Is that by design, or am I not understanding how to do this?

    Please tell me if there is a way to do multiple versions using only one S&C instance.


    Thanks for your help.

    Regards,
    Mike

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    Reason Master Osmose's Avatar
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    Ithink you should make a bew note labe first, then give it a try. Otherwise, use a cv merger and merge different player cv outs to one device so you get multiple instances in the sequencer

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    Thanks Osmose.

    I didn't understand your first sentence, could you clarify that suggestion please?

    I will try to play with the idea of different player CV outs, although I'm not experienced with that method.
    If you could further explain, that would be very helpful!

    Thanks much for replying. I really appreciate it.

    Mike

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    players have no CV outs

    Osmose was suggesting (perhaps) multiples of the same instrument + player but with different settings.

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    Reason Master Osmose's Avatar
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    Ye I meant making multiple note lanes first.
    I wouldve sworn thet had cv outputs, but then again, I dont really use the players so vcboy's probably right then.

    Either way, there should be a way to get close to what you want, seeing its reason..
    Did you check the manual by any chance?

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