## Toussaint Trio

Three Drums with a Euclidean Sequencer

AuX buttons turn on Random Panning [1, 3 5]
Aux 7& 8 Turn on the FM Drums for Drum 2&3

##### 3 comments on “Toussaint Trio”
• The following Euclidean rhythms are Euclidean strings:
E(2,5)=[x . x . .] = (23) (classical, jazz, and Persian).
E(3,7)=[x . x . x . .] = (223) (Bulgarian folk).
E(4,9) = [x . x . x . x . .] = (2223) (Turkey).
E(5,11)=[x . x . x . x . x . .] = (22223) (classical).
E(5,16) = [x . . x . . x . . x . . x . . . .] = (33334) (Brazilian necklace).
The following Euclidean rhythms are reverse Euclidean strings:
E(2,3) = [x . x] = (21) (West Africa, Latin America). E(3,4)=[x . x x] = (211) (Trinidad, Persia).
E(3,5)=[x . x . x] = (221) (Rumanian and Persian necklaces). E(3,8)=[x . . x . . x .] = (332) (West Africa).
E(4,7)=[x . x . x . x] = (2221) (Bulgaria).
E(4,11) = [x . . x . . x . . x .] = (3332) (Frank Zappa).
E(5,6)=[x . x x x x] = (21111) (Arab).
E(5,7)=[x . x x . x x] = (21211) (Arab).
E(5,9)=[x . x . x . x . x] = (22221) (Arab rhythm, South African and Rumanian necklaces). E(5,12) = [x . . x . x . . x . x .] = (32322) (South Africa).
E(7,8) = [x . x x x x x x] = (2111111) (Tuareg rhythm of Libya).
E(7,16) = [x . . x . x . x . . x . x . x .] = (3223222) (Brazilian necklace).
E(11,24) = [x . . x . x . x . x . x . . x . x . x . x . x .] = (32222322222) (Central Africa).
The following Euclidean rhythms are neither Euclidean nor reverse Euclidean strings:
E(5,8)=[x . x x . x x .] = (21212) (West Africa).
E(7,12) = [x . x x . x . x x . x .] = (2122122) (West Africa).
E(9,16) = [x . x x . x . x . x x . x . x .] = (212221222) (West and Central African, and Brazilian necklaces). E(13,24) = [x . x x . x . x . x . x . x x . x . x . x . x .] = (2122222122222) (Central African necklace).

• Hi Patrick,

i love your patch (actually ANYTHING Euclidean!) – I was wondering if it’s possible to control the tempo with [midirealtimein] but I’m unsure if this is a)possible and b)where to look – I spotted the [r tempo] but not sure where to go after that – any help will be hugely appreciated!

• aha – of course the [s tempo] is attached to a knob! so can i just attach a [midirealtimein] to the same point as the [r tempo] output attaches to?