Oct 27, 2010 at 6:03pm
ok, the idea:
- i load a sample into a buffer
basic idea is, to determine 4 different start positions within the same sample and now to create rhythmical patterns and determine which of the 4 different sounds (chosen from the same buffer) sounds when within a sequence.
i’m sure that i have to use the seq~ object but i never worked with it and i can’t really figure it out with maxhelp and i can’t find a tutorial which uses seq~.
can anyone help me with for example sending a basic patcher in which he/she uses seq~ in the way I want to use it so that i can understand how it works and how i can work with it please?
that would be fantastic.
Oct 27, 2010 at 7:16pm
I’m pretty sure that seq~ will not do what you want.
Instead I would start by looking at play~, which you can use to play back portions of a buffer.
Oct 27, 2010 at 8:01pm
you could use seq~ but you’d also want to use something like play~(i prefer groove~)
otherwise, what you should do is look over and over until you understand stuff like in this examples folder found within the Max app folder:
and this for a newer version of that same patch so you can see different ways of doing it:
and then you might as well take a look at
to learn even more and give yourself many many more options…
Hope that helps. Best of luck.
Oct 27, 2010 at 11:31pm
thanx guys…..of course i know everything about play~ and groove~ and stuff like that. and of course i already built my own super multislider with a lot of extra options.
so i was really only interested in getting to know more about seq~ and its possibilies and maybe some patchers which show some stuff made with seq~.
but like always i didn’t express myself very well I guess….
meanwhile i could talk to my great master and seq~ really doesn’t seem to be the right object.
all the best and if u have material about seq~ feel free to post it please.
Oct 27, 2010 at 11:39pm
the modsquad-seq~ link is cool though…thanx a lot
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