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Using Max for Live Devices: Mono Sequencer Ep08

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===Episode 8 Details===
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This video explores a technique involving splitting the keyboard to send different data to two independent Mono Sequencer instances. A simple live device is used to split the keyboard. The Ableton Live 9 set used for this performance can be downloaded here: [[Media:ep8wiki_Project.zip]]
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Alternate take of this performance, using the same Live set to produce a different result. The pulse is slowed down and repeats exaggerated to produce different rhythmic subdivisions of the beat.
  
 
Thanks for watching this series, and look for an upcoming series featuring the new Buffer Shuffler 2.0!
 
Thanks for watching this series, and look for an upcoming series featuring the new Buffer Shuffler 2.0!

Latest revision as of 15:08, 11 April 2013

Matthew bids farewell to this video series with a unique live performance using two Mono Sequencers simultaneously.


[edit] Episode 8 Details

This video explores a technique involving splitting the keyboard to send different data to two independent Mono Sequencer instances. A simple live device is used to split the keyboard. The Ableton Live 9 set used for this performance can be downloaded here: Media:ep8wiki_Project.zip


Alternate take of this performance, using the same Live set to produce a different result. The pulse is slowed down and repeats exaggerated to produce different rhythmic subdivisions of the beat.

Thanks for watching this series, and look for an upcoming series featuring the new Buffer Shuffler 2.0!

[edit] Other Mono Sequencer Tutorials

  • Mono Sequencer Episode 08