Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
this is just as great as the first one ! i love you're little jokes :-)
i've used seq24 before but it didn't use all the features you're showing us.
I've had a difficult time trying to sync all the patterns.
now it's gonna be real easy and real fun !
thanks a lot
2010/11/5 Leigh Dyer
> Hi all,
Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1
this is just as great as the first one ! i love you're little jokes :-)=
i've used seq24 before but it didn't use all the features you&=
#39;re showing us. I've had a difficult time trying to sync all the pat=
now it's gonna be real easy and real fun !thanks a lotjy2010/11/5 Leigh Dyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I've just posted a second seq24 tutorial, looking in more detail at the=
real-time pattern triggering features, and at the pattern editor. As
with the last video, you can watch it straight from Youtube:
or from my blog, where there's also a downloadable copy of it in WebM
On Tue, 2010-10-26 at 12:52 +1100, Leigh Dyer wrote:
> past that initial confusion. The direct Youtube link is here:
Linux-audio-user mailing list