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Name/Version: ClipSEQ 1.0
Author: Gross9978  
Description: ClipSEQ is an up to 16 step sequencer that when "refreshed" will sync each colored row with a matching clip on an audio track. It works with a max of 8 clips and will adjust to correctly color code any amount 1-8 so it's easy to see what you're controlling. If you swap, add or remove clips after it's loaded make sure to click "refresh".

It has controls for setting Legato, Launch Mode and Launch Quantization for all the clips at the same time. It also has controls for the sequencer Rate and steps.

Along the top are dials controlling the pitch of the 8 clips. By pressing "R" you can enable recording, when you move the dial it starts and when you stop moving the dial it begins playback. Pressing "C" clears the recording.

I made this for making new loops more so than sequencing in the traditional since. Drum breaks were my initial use case but it's pretty fun to throw random melodic or noise loops in the mix too.
It will save the steps with a Live Set but not the pitch"automation" so remember to resample if you find something you like.

Any tips or suggestions are always welcome,Thanks

I haven't tested with other versions of Live so I'm not sure it will work on versions other than 11.1

Device Details

Downloads: 421
Tags sequencer, glitch
Live Version Used: 11.1.6
Max Version Used: 8.3.1
Date Added: Aug 01 2022 03:52:58
Date Last Updated: Not updated yet
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Device Type: audio_device
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Device File: ClipSEQ.amxd


Hi, I am completely thrilled with your device. I've been looking for an easy way to sequence in this way for a very very long time. Say, could you create this device also for midi clips? - Whereby there might be a special challenge: Midi notes that are on the one will probably not be able to be played back after a clip change. But maybe I am wrong. I would be very happy to hear from you, to test, to show my appreciation:

a push2 surface implementation would of course also be an incredible thing :)

Hey Thanks, glad you dig it. It'll work with Midi Clips the same way as audio clips, the Pitch Dials won't have any effect but the sequencer part will work fine. If you set the Launch Quantization to "none" you shouldn't miss any notes.

Ohh actually. it also goes via midi. sorry. But the problem exists unfortunately. There are then eg. double hits on a kick at the beginning. But I'm afraid this problem can't be solved. I can not say exactly what the reason is. Probably because the sequence is always a little behind and very briefly still the "old" clip is heard.

Ahh ok I see what you?re saying. Yeah I?ll have to dig around when I get time and see if that?s something I can do.

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