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I was wondering if there is a way of changing the pattern or cutting out hits while playing a track. I know you can do this with Redrum by draw a new yellow line refering to which pattern you want. Anything similar in Thor?

If not, is there anyway of transfering the notes to the piano roll?

There must be a way I'm other looking, surely. I'm sure you don't need to create a thor for each pattern Huh

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The only way to do this is to map every note (on/off) in the step sequencer to a key on your midi keyb.
Unfortunately, the step sequencer is a bit limited this way, but what you could do is use a Matrix Pattern Sequencer instead of Thors step sequencer.
Granted, you'll lose some useability, like the ability to transpose a pattern to the note played on midi, but solve this by using the Matrix to its full potential.

Another way of working would be to shift-create a Matrix and hook up the curve cv to Thors volume control, giving you a gate option.
The step sequencer runs the notes, and the matrix gates the output.

I can make an example file, if you want.
Using both sequencers in conjunction has enormous potential tbh.

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Thanks Errorcode Happy

Been doing a bit of research on the net into it. Looks like you are spot on.

This is the first time I have used the sequencer, so it is all quite new to me. I will give the Matrix ago. Never used that either Big Grin Huh

If you get a chance to put up a demo, that would be fantastic Happy

Thanks again Drummer

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I've uploaded a demo to my webspace: HERE

The first combinator uses Thors Step Sequencer with the notes drawn in the main sequencer. (ie: Thors Step Sequencer on its own)
The second one does the same, but is gated through use of the Matrix Pattern Sequencer. (ie: both Thor and Matrix sequencer)
And the third one is playing the notes in the main sequencer, gated through the Matrix again. (ie: Matrix only)

The Matrix can be used for a myriad of things btw, you can route the Curve CV to LFO rate, or to the filter, or pretty much anything if you use the CV In on Thor... Wink
I hope this helps!

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Thanks Error Happy

Really kind of you. Was supposed to be going out tonight, but I can see myself playing with this instead. Big Grin

Take care mate Cool

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