Composing a song might require a lot of patience: here’s why USTA features its Composition Mode. When USTA is not playing (and you are not in any of the menus), just push twice the track buttons: all the gate channels will immediately get high, and you will be able to hear the individual stages one by one. Use the navigation encoder to skim through the #sequence, check if everything is all right, and carefully edit every parameter – you can take all the time you need!
- 1 USTA
- 1 FALISTRI
- (Optional) 1 FUMANA
- Set up a Synth Voice patch (steps 1-6), and, optionally:
- Patch FALISTRI’s green EOR to the Dual Cascaded Frequency Divider input #1.
- Set the DCFD output #1 to Bipolar.
- Patch the DCFD output to FUMANA’s ODD input.
- Patch FALISTRI’s green EOC to FUMANA’s EVEN input.
- Patch the GTa of USTA’s track 1 to the FALISTRI’s yellow Trig/Gate input.
- Patch the FALISTRI’s yellow unipolar output to the CGM VCA CV input.
- Patch the CVa to FALISTRI’s green V/oct
- Patch the CVb to FUMANA’s Scan Position CV in, set the faders to the lowest position and the Scan parameters to taste.
- Make sure you are in Edit Mode and double click the Track 1 button to enter Composition Mode.
- Select the desired CV, Length or GT the stage encoders to define the parameters.
- Rotate the navigation encoder to scroll through the stages and hear your sequence stage by stage.
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