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5.6.1 Grid Cells (Step Controls)


The Sampler Note Grid provides 3 Cell types where each is used for a different part of the sequence.


Note Cells are used to set Notes for particular Steps. By default, when setting a Note, the Sequencer does automatically create a matching Trigger as well.

(see also Chapter: Link Note~Trigger ON/OFF) Click the Cells to turn Notes ON/OFF.

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Note: If you prefer silent editing, you can turn the automatic playback (when creating Notes) off in use of the Grid Config (see Chapter: Grid Config).


Accent Cells are used to enable the Accentuation for a particular Step (like using the Steps on the Main Drum Machine in Accent Mode).


Click the Cells to turn Accents ON/OFF.


An enabled Accent (in other words an accentuated step) means, if a sample is played at this step (e.g. 07, 09), then it’s played at a higher (or lower) level than on non-accentuated steps. The level of an accentuated step depends on the Accent Amount (which goes from -100 to +100). Accent Amount > 0 plays the sample louder, Accent Amount < 0 plays the sample less loud (also known as ghost notes) in relation to the regular non-accentuated steps.


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Trigger Cells are used to set Triggers for particular Steps (like using the Steps on the Main Drum Machine). By default, when setting a Trigger, the Sequencer does automatically create a matching Note as well (using the base note of the selected Track).

(see also Chapter: Link Note~Trigger ON/OFF) Click the Cells to turn Triggers ON/OFF

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