Arpeggiating with H9

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    • #139801
      brock
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      If you don’t have it already, you’re going to need the QuadraVox or Diatonic algorithm.  With QuadraVox, you have 5 additional voices available, with novel spacing controls.  Diatonic has two additional voices, with quasi-independent delay controls.  Here’s a dry tonic +  4 slowly “fingerpicked” notes:

       

      … and a descending variation in Am.  The dry note, plus only 3 additional voices here (PITCH D set to OFF).  These two presets have an expression pedal mapped to DLY GRP.  Equally spaced notes in the arpeggio are set to . A .B .C .D  The toe position contracts the notes into a chord ….ABCD, which plays at the current DELAY D time:

       

      The next preset ascends quickly, with an unequally spaced note distribution.  I’ve mapped PITCH D to the expression pedal; to allow sweeping the last note from 2 octaves above your input note, through 1 octave above it.  Almost like having an arpeggio with an arpeggio:

       

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      jarnott
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      Hi, I am new H9 owner. Here is what I would like to do. I would like to arpeggiate chords with respect to their function within a key. For example, in the key of C we would expect C major 7, d minor, e minor, F major, g Dominant, a minor, b diminished. So, these arpeggios are each different depending on the function of the chord. When I play a c it would arpeggiate a c major, but when I play an a note it would arpeggiate an a minor. How can i do this with my H9? Thanks, John

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