Famous Acid Pattens
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by GoldDope on Sat Aug 30, 2008 5:37 pm

im gonna try and suss this sequence,unless anyone allready knows it ? :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD3Yl_lY0ic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7XY37CZh9k
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by SineSurfer on Sat Aug 30, 2008 9:57 pm

GD: devilfish303 knows it, and already posted it :wink:
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by mome rath on Sat Aug 30, 2008 10:03 pm

GoldDope wrote:im gonna try and suss this sequence,unless anyone allready knows it ? :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD3Yl_lY0ic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7XY37CZh9k


devilfish303 wrote:New Order - Confusion (Pump Panel Reconstruction)


BPM 134
Square wave
Cutoff: 75%
Res: 66%
Env: 66%
Dec: 66%
Acc: 0%

1 g2 S
2 g2 S
3 g2
4 g2
5 g2 R
6 g1
7 g2
8 g2 R
9 a#2
10 g2 R
11 a#1 S
12 a#1
13 a#1
14 a#2
15 g2 R
16 a#1


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by dns on Sun Aug 31, 2008 9:13 am

hi. first post

check zis site here:

http://www.audiorealism.se/phpBB2/viewt ... sc&start=0

it´z the ABL forum.
u can get lots of patterns zere.

bit tricky first:

note / time mode / slide / accent
1=on / 0=off

you´ll get it right....
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by GoldDope on Sun Aug 31, 2008 2:45 pm

thanks Mome,my dumb for not seeing that post :shock:



mome rath wrote:
GoldDope wrote:im gonna try and suss this sequence,unless anyone allready knows it ? :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD3Yl_lY0ic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7XY37CZh9k


devilfish303 wrote:New Order - Confusion (Pump Panel Reconstruction)


BPM 134
Square wave
Cutoff: 75%
Res: 66%
Env: 66%
Dec: 66%
Acc: 0%

1 g2 S
2 g2 S
3 g2
4 g2
5 g2 R
6 g1
7 g2
8 g2 R
9 a#2
10 g2 R
11 a#1 S
12 a#1
13 a#1
14 a#2
15 g2 R
16 a#1


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by low_fi on Sun Sep 07, 2008 11:29 pm

Hey all, my first post! Someone asked for some Hardfloor.

Here's the two sequences (actually 4) from Funalogue. This is played in swing, so you need to make two sequences of 12 steps each and chain them to play together in song mode. Then turn up the TEMPO faster to play it in around 120 BPM if I remember correctly:

First Pattern (chain these two together in song mode):

1. A1 S A
2. A1 S
3. A1
4. A1 S
5. D3 S
6. D3
7. E3 S
8. E3
9. E3
10. G3 S A
11. G3
12. D3

1. R
2. R
3. A3 A
4. A1 S A
5. A1
6. D3
7. D#3 S
8. D#3
9. E3
10. G3 S A
11. G3
12. A2

Second Pattern (chain these two together in song mode):

1. A1
2. R
3. R
4. A1
5. R
6. R
7. G2
8. R
9. A2
10. A1
11. R
12. E2

1. R
2. R
3. E2
4. R
5. R
6. E2
7. G2
8. R
9. A2
10. C1
11. R
12. C3


Here's the two patterns from Roar. If I remember right, the first pattern plays through 3 times and the second pattern plays on the 4th one.

First Pattern:

1. C3
2. G2 S
3. C4
4. G2
5. G1
6. R
7. A#3
8. R
9. D1 S
10. D3
11. D1 S
12. D3 S
13. D1
14. R
15. F#3
16. R

Second Pattern:

1. C2
2. R
3. C2
4. R
5. F2 S
6. F2 S
7. F2
8. R
9. G2
10. A2
11. D#2
12. G2
13. R
14. A2 S
15. B2 S
16. C3
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Re: Famous Acid Pattens

by rarara on Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:53 pm

devilfish303 wrote:2 a2 R
3 a2
4 a3


maybe i'm being daft here, but can someone explain "a2 R" for me? the A part is simple, but what about the 2? and surely if things were sensible, R would signify a rest?

some other patterns have the likes of this "note / time mode / slide / accent "

again, what is time mode??
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Re: Famous Acid Pattens

by mome rath on Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:59 pm

rarara wrote:
devilfish303 wrote:2 a2 R
3 a2
4 a3


maybe i'm being daft here, but can someone explain "a2 R" for me? the A part is simple, but what about the 2? and surely if things were sensible, R would signify a rest?

some other patterns have the likes of this "note / time mode / slide / accent "

again, what is time mode??


a2 vs a3, a4, etc. it designates the octave.
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by rarara on Wed Sep 17, 2008 2:15 am

thats what i guessed (though think some folk use a,a1,a2,a3 to mean the same as a1,a2,a3,a4)

anyone know R and 'time mode' though?
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by mome rath on Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:09 am

rarara wrote:thats what i guessed (though think some folk use a,a1,a2,a3 to mean the same as a1,a2,a3,a4)

anyone know R and 'time mode' though?


A = accent
R = rest
S = slide

i don't know what the time mode is
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by GoldDope on Wed Sep 17, 2008 1:07 pm

Could you clarify then please,. if it says like 5 g2 R

does that mean : G2 (then) a rest ?
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Re: Famous Acid Pattens

by JUKE179r on Wed Nov 26, 2008 12:41 am

I can't wait to get my x0xb0x to try these patterns out.
Does anyne know the pattern for Public Energy's "Three O' Three"? Killer choon!
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Re: Famous Acid Pattens

by Bandit on Wed Dec 03, 2008 9:03 am

Does anyone know the sequency used for Transcript by Harthouse? see link..

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=3sTg5dXjCjE
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Re: Famous Acid Pattens

by silky303 on Sun Dec 21, 2008 2:57 pm

Got one her for y'all- Everyone needs a 303 by Fat Boy Slim

Tempo-120-125 (Just a estimated guess)
Waveform-Square
Tuning- 95-100 % (According to your taste)
Cutoff-75 % Resonance-90% Env Mod 15-20% Decay 5% Accent 90% (These settings are based on what I thought sounded best.Ofcourse you can always adjust these settings according to your own taste)
Any kind of distortion, weather it a distortion mod on your xOx or an external processor.



1 -d#2 D A
2 -d#2 D A
3 -c#3 A
4 -d#2 D A
5 -g#2 D A
6 -d#2 D A
7 -d#3 A
8 -d#2 D A
9 -c#4 U A
10-d#2 D A
11-f#3 A
12-d#2 D A
13-a#2 D A
14-c#4 U A
15-d#3 A
16-g-4 U A


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Re: Famous Acid Pattens

by MickLionheart on Mon Dec 29, 2008 8:06 pm

Well I heard this pattern in an acid house set I was listening to, I don't remember which but I really liked it and couldn't resist recreating it, I just had to tweak the knobs for myself.

Wave: Square
Cutoff : Doesn't matter it changes the whole time.
Reso: 100% (Without reso. boost :) )
Env. Mod: 50%
Decay: 100%
Accent: Doesn't matter no accents anyways. (Strange for acid right?)
All notes are on.
c-3 Slide
c-3
f#3 Slide
f#3
f-3 Slide
f-3
c-3
e-3 Slide
e-3
e-3
c-3 Slide
c-3
d#3 Slide
d#3
b-2 Slide
b-2

EDIT: Easier to read & corrected env mod amount
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