Name XlooperSeq
Created At 2020-11-02 8:01pm
Submitted By Menno0
Type blue.orchestra.BlueSynthBuilder


Idea of XlooperSeq is to use a maximum of samples and play them in series or parallel so that it feels like one complicated cluster.
Samples can be played simultaneously also, if you set the notes start at the same start time.

XlooperSeq, where X stands for crossfade time of the looping and reminds of the XlooperSolo.
Turns stereo and mono samples into mono output, but can individually be panned in order to create one dense sonic structure.

There is a report function that can be turned on or off to find out if certain samples are loaded all right or invalid.

Samples can be muted and unmuted while playing, using their Automation Lines 'mute sample X'.

Sometimes a sample module stays silent; it has to do when loop direction is set to 'forward and backwards', due to the in and out fade time the loop gets out of the sample length.


Sample x 8:
mute - mute this sample
start in sample - skip time in sample
looprange begin/end - set loop points for begin and end
pitch - pitch of sample
report - switch to find out if certain samples are loaded all right or invalid
direction - loop forward/backward/back-and-forth
volume - gain for each sample
dirt - subtle random gain variations
pan - position this sample in stereo field

vibrato depth - amount of gain of vibrato
vibrato speed - speed of vibrato


ADSR ON - switch on/off for envelope generator
ADSR attack/decay/sustain/release - set a-d-s-r
ADSR speed - retrigger ADSR envelope

looppoints Xfade - set fade time in order to avoid clicks in loop for all samples
looppoints dirt - small variations in loop fades for all samples

autopanning - distribute and move sample across stereo field
pan speed - speed of moving across stereo field
tuning - total tuning of XlooperSeq
score format - how to read p4, p4: as real values, midi notes or autodetection
L/R - output gain Left/Right channel


real value:
freq amp sample
i1 0 2 100 1 4
midi note:
note veloc sample
i1 0 2 60 100 4


version 1.1, June 2020
- added comments on controllers and description
- renamed ALs
- revamped sample choice system
- added Comments

version1, November 2019
- 2 types of ADSR