so this is a recording from a 303 (the waveform in blue)
the pattern used is also written
i've painted some stuff around the waveform to show the notes, gates and accent
on top, there are Blue "boxes" these represent the GATE_ON portions of the audio clip
they are 3 clock pulses long each
between them there are also 3 clock pulses of "gap"
on some notes, there is a dark-Blue filling - these are "slid" notes
this dark-blue thing is again GATE_ON
above that, there is a yellow trace, where i've approximated the Accent CV based on how the waveform looks
with green text i've written the pattern (notes and Time data)
"G" is "Gate"
"o" is "tie" (remember, it's on a 303, not a x0x)
"-" is "Rest"
so from this, you can see that:
- Accented note slide to normal note - the ACC CV is up for a duration of one whole step - the accented step
- Accented Tied note - the ACC CV is up but note a whole 2 steps, it's 1.5 steps instead (here it is equivalent to the GATE CV)
if that step was double Tied (G o o) the ACC CV duration was going to be 2.5 steps.. etc..
- Accented note - the ACC CV is up for the duration of the whole step (same as accented-slide-to-normal)
this a bit weird looking, i know ;]