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Re: New track created with Mobius scripts

Wow, that panning is almost painful to the ears.....hard pans like that 
always somewhat disturbing to me. That's a radical script, nonetheless.

For some reason,  I though Per had created a Mobius script that did some 
transposition to create chord-like sequenced patterns. I'll have to find 
original post.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Joshua Carroll" <josh@infinivert.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2006 8:01 PM
Subject: New track created with Mobius scripts

> Inspired by Bill Walker's incredible Looperlative track and Claude 
> use of the Plain Hunt sequence, I created a couple scripts in Mobius to 
> make rhythmic patterns.  These don't do exactly the same things (still 
> thinking about how to dynamically shuffle the loop), but they do create 
> some rhythmic texture.  One switches the pan position according to a 
> 5-point Plain Hunt Sequence once every subcycle, and one does the same 
> the output volume. The speed be changed dynamically by adjusting the 
> 8thsPerCycle parameter, so I also wrote a couple scripts that let me 
> through commonly used 8thsPerCycle values according to time-signature 
> (multiples of 3, 4, 5, and 7).
> At the link at the end of this e-mail is a recording of me playing with 
> these scripts on a single Mobius track.  You can hear me changing 
> 8thsPerCycle value and using the two rhythmic scripts in conjunction in 
> this loop.  I'm not sure I like the one that affects output volume in 
> loop anyway... seems a little too drastic.  But I thought I'd leave it 
> anyway.
> Anyway, I just wanted to drop a quick thanks to Bill and Claude and 
> this tribute with all of you!
> http://www.infinivert.com/audio/PlayingWithScripts.mp3
> --Josh