Rhythmyzzah allows you to change the rhythm of incoming notes, making it easy to experiment with different rhythms.

Rhythmyzzah v. 1.1.0 beta

NOTE: new release, still in “beta”.
Save / “print” the output in your project / as MIDI before closing your session.

This script outputs the notes it receives as input, changing their rhythm.
Rhythms can be defined toggling the 16 pads and up to 8 different patterns can be stored
per instance. Additionally, each pattern can also output to a different MIDI channel and have a different tempo.

How to use
– Ensure Mozaic is receiving MIDI notes
– Select the tempo subdivision
– Select the MIDI channel for the current pattern
– Select a step and set a custom velocity
– Toggle the pads / steps corresponding to when you want the notes to play
– Toggle between OFF -> ON -> Latch with following -> OFF
– Tap a step holding SHIFT to select without changing state (to check or change velocity)
– Change pattern to experiment with a different rhythm
– Tap SHIFT while playback is stopped to mute all notes (panic)
– Hold SHIFT (while playback is stopped) and use the tempo knob to change the number of steps

– Up to 16 steps
– Up to 8 different patterns
– Per step velocity (defaults to the incoming notes velocity if not set)
– Manually set the max numbers of steps (per-pattern)
– Tempo subdivisions: 1/32, 1/16t, 1/16, 1/8t, 1/8, 1/4t, 1/4, 1/2, whole
– Select output channel to quickly listen how the current pattern sounds with a different instrument
– Tempo and Channel settings are per-pattern
– Latch steps together to sustain notes
– “Experimental” / partial support to odd time signatures (3/4, 5/4, etc.)

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  • Category: Composition Sequencer
  • Revision: 1.1.0 beta
  • License: The Unlicense
  • Modified: 1 year ago
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