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Using Max for Live Devices: Mono Sequencer Ep04

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* [[Using_Max_for_Live_Devices:_Mono_Sequencer_Ep03|Mono Sequencer Episode 05]]
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Revision as of 06:30, 26 March 2013

Using a transposition sequence, along with manipulation of the duration lane, Matthew develops a beautiful, breathing guitar part with just a few mouse gestures.


Other Mono Sequencer Tutorials

  • Mono Sequencer Episode 04