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FIGURES 9 & 10:  Preset Management & Store Note Tables Presets

Scrolling down below the main controls window, you will find these.  The Preset Management window determines if the satellite presets described above will be triggered by the main preset.  They either all are triggered, or they are not, depending on your “yes” or “no” answer at the bottom of the panel. The Store table preset # allows you to take a freshly-recorded set of pitches on a given track and remotely store it in a preset (which is found on the Sequencer Playpen page) for recall later or for when you open the program at a future time.


To the right of the Preset Management window is the pale blue window where you will store your sets of pitches in tables, to be recalled via the table presets just mentioned above.  The coll objects do not actually contain the pitch data.  Rather, they serve as a housekeeping feature enabling you to keep track of which table slots contain pitch data.  The actual tables with their data are on the main Sequencer Playpen page.

FIGURE 11: Pulsed Program Change Panel

Scrolling to the left of the main CONTROLS page, find the Pulsed program change panel.  When activated, this allows for regular periodic program changes, in seconds, for any given track at a time, thus allowing the timbre of a sound (via changing the program number) to change as the track is being played.  All the data for each program change designation is stored on table presets by clicking on the patcher embedded within the panel.  Like the Volume Scan described below, the Pulsed program change feature is designed to be set up off to the left of the main CONTROLS page screen, but during performance, it is activated on the BASICS panel on the main CONTROLS area, so that one need not do any window scrolling during performance.  Both features can be set up and stored in the BASICS preset as described below.

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