Bit of a latecomer/newbie here, still working my way through the cycle zero lessons. Really enjoying playing with the Euclidean rhythms, but I have a question regarding how sequencing samples works within said rhythms. Apologies if this is answered elsewhere or later on in the course - I’m finding it hard to move on until I’ve sussed it out.
I understand if I do this it will play a different sample for each cycle of the rhythm:
d1 $ n "<2 5>(5,8)” # s “808"
But what if I wanted to change the sample halfway through the cycle, or have a different sample be used for each Euclidean hit - how could this be achieved?
If I do this I seem to only get one hit:
d1 $ n "2 5" # s “808(5,8)"
Whereas this gives interesting but unexpected overlapping patterns:
d1 $ n " [2 5] (5,8)" # s "808"
This is probably all a result of my shaky understanding of how the mini-notation actually works, but I wonder if anyone could shed any light?