Have been working on Max For Live patches to sequence my Drum Skiff.
As I mentioned previously, I’m using an excellent Max For Live Mutable Grids emulation by Mots, along with a CVPal controller patch from Spektro Audio. (Check out their CV Toolkit too!).
This outputs three channels of drum triggers (or gates) through the CV Pal module, all perfectly synced to Ableton Live. So I wanted to do something creative with the unused fourth CV Pal output.
Max For Live Patch
I came up with a simple Max For Live patch which outputs a MIDI note at regular intervals ranging from half-notes through to 32nd notes. By using this in-line with the Grids emulation and CVPal controller, it acts as a clock source for the Pico Trigger module giving me lots of trigger options for my drum modules.
Have updated my Max for Live, Meeblip editor to include a couple of Bass presets and also a new randomise function.
The randomise function also includes a handy matrix which allows you to control exactly how much of the sound is randomised.
You can download it now from maxforlive.com
Just created a new max for live device to edit my Doepfer Dark Energy synth. This let’s you get easy access to the goodies in the ‘learn mode’ including the arpeggiator. It goes without saying (hopefully) that you’ll need a copy of Ableton Live and Max for Live to make use of this. Enjoy!
You can download it now from www.maxforlive.com where you’ll also find the editor I wrote for for the MeeBlip micro