My second monome app!
From the description:
8-bit modulated delay/sampler based on the ciat-lonbarde Cocolase.
Two 8-bit sampler/delays being modulated by a “Sidrassi” brain, consisting of five oscillators which can be audiorate or LFO, and triangle or square. These modulation sources can be patched to different parameters (as well as each other) to create complex patterns. There are an additional three “rambrains” which are some of the oscillators sampled at the rate of other oscillators, for even more complex waveforms.
Each delay/sampler has control over input, feedback, and pitch. You can patch the modulation sources to “flip” which controls playhead direction, “skip” which controls playhead position, and “afec” which controls playback speed.
Top Row are modulation sources. They are variable rate oscillators that can be LFOs or audio rate and triangle or square.
They can be patched to themselves or to various parameters of each cocolase module. The parameters are “flip” (changing direction), “skip” (jumping position) and “afec” (playback speed).
You can adjust the “ip” to control how much flip/skip are effected, and “afec” to control how much the speed is effected.
Unordered List ItemRows 2-7 are the parameters for modulation.
Row2 - flip for cocolase2
Row3 - flip for cocolase1
Row4 - skip for cocolase2
Row5 - skip for cocolase1
Row6 - afec for cocolase2
Row7 - afec for cocolase1
Row8 contains the playback controls. These are two identical sets of 4 buttons.
Button1 - cocolase engage
Button2 - play/stop
Button3 - sound/silence
Button4 - delay/sample
The sound and functionality are modeled after the hardware Cocolase (which I own) and it would help to read the manual linked below to get a handle on the device a bit more.
Things that will get added:
Arc2 functionality. Arc stuff everywhere!
Upsampling of core samplers to allow for more extreme modulation without digital artifacts.