Feb 09 2010 | 7:03 am
    I want to get started on a sequencer... has anyone made a basic one they want to share?

    • Feb 09 2010 | 8:37 am
      could do, but building your own is simple tempo/metro into counter in sel for your basic drum sequencer very easy
    • Feb 09 2010 | 9:22 am
      aye, sequencer building is really easy. much more than you think. you can easily find one on the forum, but it is really easy.
      also using [button] with indication of where you are up to in the sequence is also useful...
    • Feb 09 2010 | 9:33 am
      for a 16 step sequencer id have tempo 120 to a counter 15 to a sel 15 each of the sel outputs would bang a buffer, is you use 3 buffers you could have kick snare and hat very easily :)
    • Feb 09 2010 | 10:01 pm
      Thanks for the tips guys! I quickly made a midi sequencer, quite fun. Next I want to trigger audio samples... Jagle, should I use an object in conjunction with buffer, or I could just use buffer?
    • Feb 09 2010 | 10:58 pm
      The [buffer~] object just holds the audio. You'll want to use something like [groove~] or [play~] to actually trigger the sounds. Have a look at the help files for both of them.
    • Feb 10 2010 | 12:45 am
      There is a very good Max tutorial on how to make a sequencer. It is unfortunately very confusingly named and located under Data Tutorial 5: List Processing. It really is very simple though. Only takes a few minutes to make a sequencer.
    • Feb 10 2010 | 4:26 am
      reading the tutorials and the similiar patches they recomend to look at are a great way to get into things
    • Feb 11 2010 | 9:00 am
      Here's a simple matrix sequencer:
    • Feb 12 2010 | 7:12 pm
      Thanks for the sequencer! BPM2ms, was a external you made that you didn't include I'm guessing? It's a cool algorithm for the final 4 buttons... an interesting feature! I'm curious if you designed it for something specific in mind, or what?
    • Feb 12 2010 | 7:47 pm
      Okay so more general question. I've rigged up a sequencer using buffer~, play~ and line~. My problem is the samples are cut off by either the next step, or by a repeat of the same sample. I'm trying to see a simple way to avoid this. Any ideas?
    • Feb 12 2010 | 10:24 pm
      maybe using poly will get you around that problem?
    • Feb 12 2010 | 11:34 pm
      bpm-->msec can be done like this: