Using Max for Live Devices: Mono Sequencer Ep06

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Step sequencing is examined as Matthew pulls out his mighty Nanokey!

Episode 6 Topics

Step time recording - program pitch/or velocity from a MIDI controller. Transpose+Gate - play Mono Sequencer like an instrument MIDI reset - reset your sequence to the beginning of the loop every time a MIDI note is received.

Episode 6 Details

The MIDI input menu provides an array of useful live performance and improvisation techniques. Transpose allows you to transpose or offset the entire sequence. Transpose+gate only plays when you are holding a MIDI note down. Program pitch with a loop of 1 turns Mono Sequencer into a pulser and the transpose value can be used in conjunction. Program pitch with larger loop values turns Mono Sequencer into a buffer of pitch data.

Other Mono Sequencer Tutorials

  • Mono Sequencer Episode 06