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Event Creation Effects

Event Creation Effects

These effects generate MIDI events when passing a track through them. This implies that new MIDI messages are produced as a result of these effects.

Arpache 5

The Arpache 5 is an arpeggio and note pattern generator (see Figure B.2). There are three main areas in this effect that control how the effect generates its arpeggios. The Playmode area with its six buttons determines the direction of the arpeggiated notes. An arrow pointing up means that the notes generated move upwards along the chord or note you play and an arrow pointing down means that the notes move downwards. The question mark generates a random direction based on the note or notes you played. The Order button activates the Play Order section, which creates a specific order in which notes are played in your arpeggio. If you look at the last staff in Figure B.3, you will notice that the Play Order used was 1-2-1. Because the chord played was C-E-G, the lowest note is considered as Note 1 and the highest as Note 3. In this case, the arpeggio plays a 1-2-1 pattern before going up one level; then it repeats this pattern, creating a more complex arpeggio.


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