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Name/Version: ConChord by Max for Cats 1.0
Author: maxforcats  
Description: ConChord is a pulse-based Max for Live chord step sequencer. The MIDI effect offers 8 steps, which are triggered by pulses and each step can have a different stage with a variable pulse length from 0 to 7 pulses per step. You can of course adjust Time, Swing as well as the play direction. This allows for quite interesting musical results since it is very easy to introduce complexity within the simple pattern of an 8 step sequencer with a maximum of 56 pulses.
With the carefully chosen feature set, you are in full control of ConChord. The features from the pages of the MIDI effect can be mixed and matched, making very complex patterns possible.

Device Details

Tags sequencer
Live Version Used: 10.0.1
Max Version Used: 8
Date Added: Nov 16 2018 08:52:23
Date Last Updated: Nov 16 2018 13:58:22
Device Type: midi_device
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License (more info): Commercial


Attribution? Its a commercial device. I refuse to buy products from companies that send me to a link under false pretences.

If you point me to the definition that a commercial licence can't be share alike, which i explicitly state, i will happily change the licence. Thanks!

Drage is right... License info should be changed to COMMERCIAL since this isn't a free patch.

You can't share a commercial license since every single license must be purchased, correct?
Or.... one (1) person can buy it and share it everywhere online with anyone for free???
I guess not.

So license info here should be changed to COMMERCIAL.

Ah, ok. i read misleading info about this. Fixed now, thanks all.

Thanks maxforcats for the cooperation.

i really want to buy, but need to know if - and to what extent - the device's parameters are midi mappable?

(i dont want to have to use the mouse all the time to change settings but would love to have a step sequencer which is fully controllable with a midi controller.)

ConChord if fully MIDI-controllable and of course also via Push...

Hey, when using 'strum' the device seems to strum the next chord in line, not the chord you actually indicate to be strummed.

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