Re: [LAU] Examples of synth/drum live performance Jack setups ?

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To: Barney Holmes <djbarney@...>
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Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 3:14 pm

Seq24 is worth a look for live sequencing. It lets you record MIDI
loops on the fly, and has a nice set of keybindings for turning them
on and off (in groups, in sync, etc). It seems like some aspects of
its jack support might have succumbed to bitrot, but it's worth
experimenting to see what you can get working. In any case I'm pretty
sure it works fine as a standalone sequencer - it just might have some
issues when you try and sync it to another sequencer program, or vice
versa.

And I haven't used it myself, but it's possible that harmonySEQ might
be of interest to you, too.

best,
J

On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 3:57 PM, Barney Holmes wrote:

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Re: [LAU] Examples of synth/drum live performance Jack setup..., Gianfranco Ceccolini, (Wed Oct 16, 7:40 pm)
Re: [LAU] Examples of synth/drum live performance Jack setup..., James Mckernon, (Wed Oct 16, 3:14 pm)