Dear Steven,

yes, thanks, that iss very useful. Now I do understand much better the principle and the advantages of each. Thanks!

Jan Jacob


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Am 08.02.2018 um 04:01 schrieb Steven Yi <stevenyi@gmail.com>:

Hi Jan Jacob,

The PatternLayerGroup allows editing directly on the timeline what the
pattern will be, and the pattern for each layer will be of some type
of SoundObject as the source.  The PatternObject is more useful for
creating an individual pattern/beat, while the LayerGroup version is
probably more useful for higher-level organization of patterns.  (You
can use a PatternObject as the source for a pattern layer in the layer
group even.)

Hope that is useful!
steven


On Tue, Feb 6, 2018 at 5:17 PM, Jan Jacob Hofmann
<jjh@sonicarchitecture.de> wrote:
Dear list,

I am wondering about the use of the PatternObject in a SoundObjectLayer
versus a PatternLayerGroup. What is the advantage of one or the other and in
which situations should the PatternObject be used preferably opposed to a
PatternLayerGroup? I have not worked with patterns before and I am just
trying to find my way into it...

A hint would be appreciated a lot.

Best,

Jan Jacob

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