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Name/Version: Collab Sequencer 1.0
Author: offthesky  
Description: an 8 lane sequencer with note ranges per lane. draw in notes on the left, and only notes within ranges of each lane fire out of those lanes. set the note out per lane, with probability per lane. this is already setup to just work with the collab drum's note in assignments.

there's a create random pattern button(little white circle), or an auto random pattern button which creates a new random pattern at the end of each cycle. up to 32 steps. you can choose between free run (my personal fav, since im more of a fan of non-grid music). the sync to live's transport is a bit hetchy in that it can get out of sync when you change presets. a work around ive found is to create a midi clip and automate the switching of presets. that can keep this in time (until i can figure out how to keep this thing in better sync).

this sequencer is a heavily modd'd version of the UKEM sequencer by glia from the first collab drums project c74 did:

im relying the m4l's hinting system to explain the behaviors of all the elements within this strange sequencer. but of course feel free to ask questions in the comments below.

i also want to finish porting the behemoth 'no.pinball' sequencer by nouserid from the 2nd collab drums project but i have run out of steam on all this porting stuff. i have an "okay working" version of it but it needs a LOT more work to be worth its salt as an m4l device fit for public consumption imo. i guess if anybody wants it, free feel to leave a comment. if enough comments appear wanting for it, ill share it out as a 'work in progress'

Device Details

Downloads: 214
Tags sequencer
Live Version Used: 11.2.10
Max Version Used: 8.3.3
Date Added: May 26 2023 23:36:39
Date Last Updated: Not updated yet
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Device Files

Device File: Collab - Sequencer (midi).amxd


Love this concept. Reminds me of a vid that Ned Rush did on trying to re-create the Autechre sound a while back. I can see this being usable for sure

Would be interested in your version of the 'no.pinball' sequencer, though I do have his own version now (having subscribed to his Patreon).

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