Comments by Rozzer

Hi all,

An update, nothing groundbreaking, but big enough to call v2. MIDI CC sequencers have been replaced with direct parameter control. Much more flexible for any automation within Live. Enjoy.

Hi all,

Random buttons are now working in Live 9.

- Rozzer
covent - see the comment above yours.
I tend to just record the output to a midi clip when I'm happy with the sequence.

I do want to think more about live performance features though so I'll bear your request in mind. Another thing I want to add is transposition via midi input, so you could transpose the whole sequence, but still have it output in the correct key and scale.
Thanks for the suggestions mdrfdr. Patches would be nice, but it seems that the Preset object does not support live.grid at this time. I've been told Ableton will fix that at some point.

What do you mean by adding clips?
Hi pp. Absolutely, I am aware that needs doing. Pure laziness on my part. Will fix in an update soon :)
Very handy, thanks :)
For some reason, the site form won't save my description, so I'll add it as a note instead:

This step sequencer is quite unlike the Step Sequencer bundled with M4L.

On the surface it?s reasonably standard. It?s a live.grid based sequencer - notes, gate, tie, velocity and two control changes. What?s unique about it is that you can set different loop points for each of those elements, which allows for anything from simple 303-style basslines to endlessly evolving, rotating, mutating melody lines.

The other unique thing about this is that it?s designed to work solely within musical scales. The sequencer ?grid? adapts itself to whatever scale you choose. Choose a chromatic scale, and you get a full 12 steps to play with, but choose a pentatonic scale and the grid automatically adapts itself to show only 5 rows (notes). You don?t need to know any music theory to get great results.

Add to all that a bunch of useful randomisation options and it becomes a really useful tool.

Hit the 'more info' link for a video demo.

*Top tip* Rack these up and put several each in their own chain for mad polyphonic polyrhythmic sequences.