i know hehe but what i mean is to program my notes and the synth will play the notes randomly
Part of the fun of "real" synthesis (at least for me) is finding ways to combine the tools that you do
have to simulate a feature that you don't
I know this isn't the exact solution you were looking for, but here's a workaround that will give you similar results:
Plug a Footswitch pedal into the KB GATE INPUT
jack on the side of the Sub 37.
Go to the GLOBAL
mode and CURSOR DOWN
to the CV MAPPING >>>
Press the CURSOR
button to enter CV MAPPING
Set the GATE:
parameter to SUST PED
(at end of list).
Chose the correct value for GATE INVERT:
so that your sustain pedal works as expected.
Set the front panel PATTERN
knob to RND
Light the ARPEGGIATOR ON
button, but don't light the LATCH
Use the KB OCTAVE
buttons to find the lowest note you'd want in the sequence.
Now, with ARP ON
, LATCH OFF
, and the Sus pedal pressed, play the lowest note that would have been in your sequence.
While still holding the Sus pedal, individually press all of the notes from your sequence (using the KB OCTAVE
buttons for way higher notes).
You'll now hear all of your notes randomized. When you have them all, light the LATCH
button which will keep all of your notes going after you let off of the Sus pedal.
Again, not exactly what you wanted, but the end result will be very similar.
This is also a very cool trick for adding notes to an already LATCH
ed arpeggiation. While the arp is playing, press the Sus pedal and turn off LATCH
. Now you can add more notes. When done, turn LATCH
back on and let go of Sus pedal.