Re: Experimental MIDI Sequencing


Subject: Re: Experimental MIDI Sequencing
From: Roald Baudoux (roald.baudoux@brutele.be)
Date: Wed Oct 12 2005 - 19:16:19 EDT


Le 12-oct.-05, à 22:24, Morgan Sutherland a écrit :

> I'm considering looking around at different experimental MIDI
> sequencing environments.
>
> Off the top of my head there's Cycling 74's M and Numerology. Anybody
> have experience with either of these programs? more suggestions?

While Ableton's Live might not be seen as the best experimental
sequencer yet, it has an interesting feature : each track can run on
its own tempo.

However, Max/MSP is the best choice IMHO.

Roald Baudoux
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