MOLECULAR MUSIC BOX
@SIMONKIRBY

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L 8 39: PN 0 I -1
L 8 39: PN 1 I -1
L 8 39: PN 2 I -1
L 8 39: PN 3 I -1
L 40 56: PN 0 I 0
L 40 56: PN 1 I 0

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P.N 1
IF NE -1 P A: CV 2 N P A
IF NE -1 P A: TR.P 2

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P.N 2
IF NE -1 P A: CV 3 N P A
IF NE -1 P A: TR.P 3

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P.N 3
IF NE -1 P A: CV 4 N P A
IF NE -1 P A: TR.P 4
A WRAP + 1 A 8 + 7 PN 3 0

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P.N 0
IF NE -1 P A: CV 1 N P A
IF NE -1 P A: TR.P 1
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$ 4

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IF < A 24: Y PN 0 + 32 A
ELSE: Y PN 1 + 16 A
IF NZ Y: PN.NEXT 2
$ 7
IF < A 24: PN 0 + 32 A Y
ELSE: PN 1 + 16 A Y

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X PN.NEXT 0
IF EZ PN.I 0: PN.NEXT 1
X + X PN 1 PN.I 1
C + C PN 2 PN.I 2
PN Y A X; Y % + 1 Y 4

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IF EQ T C: $ 6
$ 5
T + 1 T
PN.L 0 PN 3 1; PN.L 1 PN 3 2
PN.L 2 PN 3 3

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$ 8

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PN.I 0 0
PN.I 1 0
PN.I 2 0
$ 1

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Molecular Music Box by Simon Kirbi https://www.instagram.com/p/Bz-0SZMjJm9/

Wire it up to a bunch of voices - each CV/Trigger pair is a voice. All four is great, but if you only have two or three it’s still worth a try. (Start with CV/Trigger 1). You can modify the rules the system follows using the first screen of the tracker interface. The first column gives the semitone scale the music will be quantised to (up to 8 notes). The second column gives offsets for subsequent loops through the scale (so you can go up octaves for example). The third column gives the note lengths discussed in the video. The first one is the note length until the first “collision” is detected, and the second is what the note length switches to at that point.

Michael Ploj
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