The short articulations (like the staccato) can be controlled by an internal sequencer called Ostinatum. The pattern generator allows you to sequence up to ten notes (one per finger!), and to memorize up to eight patterns.


The programming of the Ostinatum, that can be activated with staccato articulations.

The sequence can be read as recorded, or in the order in which the trigger notes are played, or in an ascending or descending fixed order. Patterns are recalled by pressing programmable keyswitches on the keyboard, and can therefore also be played together.

A simple ostinato performed by the internal sequencer and the Spiccato articulation.

intro | overview | lco | recording | articulations | ostinatum | conclusion



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