So the idea is I have a PATTERN that is a low repeated drone note on two stereo split tracks (one left one right) and accent hits in a higher octave on a centered third track.
When converting this into an ARPEGGIO as I understand it, the separate tracks of the pattern become merged in the arpeggiator into one arpeggio.
I would like to use the mod wheel to control the volume of ONLY track 3 and I was wondering if that was possible. At the very least, I would like to be able to use the mod wheel or an assignable button as an on/off switch for the accent hits.
Based on the way I understand arpeggios to work in the MOXF, I don't think this kind of real-time manipulation of arpeggios is possible. Is it?
I've thought of a couple work arounds, that I'm also not quite sure how to do, but believe are possible:
1: I could set the mod wheel to control the note range of the VOICE, at which point I could create a lower bound that cuts off the higher accent hits, and roll up to a high enough range for them to be played by the arpeggiator.
2. I could create a second pattern of drone tracks only, and use the mod wheel to switch between the arp. with drone only and the arp. with drone and accents.
Those are my best guesses to how to accomplish what I'd like, I apologize if i wasnt clear.
I really need it to be on either the mod wheel or a single button, but controlling the volume of track 3 fluidly would be ideal.
Do you guys have any input/ideas for making that work?