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===Episode 4 Topics===
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Velocity - using the velocity lane to make your sequences 'breathe'.
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Note editing arrow buttons - scale sequence values while maintaining a set contour.
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===Episode 4 Details===
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In this video, we're using a Mono Sequencer to transpose the output of other Mono Sequencers. One Mono Sequencer is set to a whole note pulse, and is sending MIDI note information to two other Mono Sequencers, that are record enabled, and listening to the MIDI output of the 'chord progression' Mono Sequencer. Different patterns could be saved to this devices, which would generate a different chord progression.
  
 
===Other Mono Sequencer Tutorials===
 
===Other Mono Sequencer Tutorials===
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* [[Using_Max_for_Live_Devices:_Mono_Sequencer_Ep06|Mono Sequencer Episode 06]]
 
* [[Using_Max_for_Live_Devices:_Mono_Sequencer_Ep06|Mono Sequencer Episode 06]]
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* [[Using_Max_for_Live_Devices:_Mono_Sequencer_Ep07|Mono Sequencer Episode 07]]
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* [[Using_Max_for_Live_Devices:_Mono_Sequencer_Ep08|Mono Sequencer Episode 08]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:28, 10 April 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.


[edit] Episode 4 Topics

Velocity - using the velocity lane to make your sequences 'breathe'.

Note editing arrow buttons - scale sequence values while maintaining a set contour.

[edit] Episode 4 Details

In this video, we're using a Mono Sequencer to transpose the output of other Mono Sequencers. One Mono Sequencer is set to a whole note pulse, and is sending MIDI note information to two other Mono Sequencers, that are record enabled, and listening to the MIDI output of the 'chord progression' Mono Sequencer. Different patterns could be saved to this devices, which would generate a different chord progression.

[edit] Other Mono Sequencer Tutorials

  • Mono Sequencer Episode 04