[youtube]Step sequencing with the Lemur!

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Post by cyclyk » Fri Dec 15, 2006 12:36 pm

yeah congratulations, great one, I'm trying to build a step seq like this one for weeks now on my Lemur, without any good results (maybe the pluggo thing is what is missing to me....)
He got the lemur last week on the monday.
He made this sequencer in 2 or 3 nights

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I agree!!

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Post by stallos » Fri Dec 15, 2006 12:47 pm

thats a deadly setup you knocked up there man

If I didnt before, I certianly want a lemur now!


whats the track you are sequencing ? is that a finished version? wouldnt mind hearing the rest of that!


great post

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Post by mag101 » Fri Dec 15, 2006 3:18 pm

the p3 is out of production now and the p4 is a way off according to colin

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Post by Machinate » Fri Dec 15, 2006 4:56 pm

stallos wrote:thats a deadly setup you knocked up there man

If I didnt before, I certianly want a lemur now!


whats the track you are sequencing ? is that a finished version? wouldnt mind hearing the rest of that!


great post
Thanks! I've had a bunch of good comments about this track - it is actually just a free improv, using random sounds from my set. That's the main beauty of it, really, I can get into "finished" track territory quite quickly - I will make it a point to record something proper soon.
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Post by Machinate » Fri Dec 15, 2006 5:21 pm

cyclyk wrote:yeah congratulations, great one, I'm trying to build a step seq like this one for weeks now on my Lemur, without any good results (maybe the pluggo thing is what is missing to me....)
Do you use max? If so, then a great starting point is the qsui.drummer patch by Darwin Grosse, neatly zipped up here:
http://cycling74.com/twiki/pub/Share/Da ... kStart.zip

It uses a matrixctr-based sequencer, that is easy to expand to something useful.
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Post by cyclyk » Sat Dec 16, 2006 8:31 am

Do you use max?


thanks for the tip but I'm only using the runtime for the moment, so I can't build my patches... but i'll take a look at this patche anyway.

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Re: [youtube]Step sequencing with the Lemur!

Post by FORMAT » Sat Dec 16, 2006 8:15 pm

Machinate wrote:Hi,
I just did my first MeToob video yesterday. It's a simple one of me jamming with my new sequencer interface on the Lemur.

Basically it is a Lemur interface controlling a Pluggo with a step sequencer in it. This pluggo is loaded inside Live as a plugin, and the midi triggers Impulse kits.

What sets this one apart from the "built-in" sequencers on the Lemur is that this one has nice host sync on it, and there are some cool features, like running lights, end-step modulation and so on.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0O70FrnH2JU

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Wow! This is a pretty happening setup& the beats are grand!

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Post by John Sweet » Sun Dec 17, 2006 1:55 am

How's the MIDI latency?

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Post by DeadlyKungFu » Sun Dec 17, 2006 2:21 am

Time for some
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after watching that video.

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Post by Machinate » Sun Dec 17, 2006 7:53 am

John Sweet wrote:How's the MIDI latency?
I haven't done much testing on this, since I make it a point to use OSC as much as possible, but it feels very very good.
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Post by emptypond » Fri Jan 12, 2007 5:48 am

that looks fun... thanks

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Post by Rogue Scrunt » Fri Jan 12, 2007 3:09 pm

looks like fun.

my wife ok'ed the purchase of two of these with a new third party macbook tablet.

I'm stoked
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Post by Cryptic UK » Fri Jan 12, 2007 3:54 pm

hambone1 wrote:Geek....
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Drums

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Post by Machinate » Fri Jan 12, 2007 8:54 pm

Rogue Scrunt wrote:looks like fun.

my wife ok'ed the purchase of two of these with a new third party macbook tablet.

I'm stoked
...you've got to be kidding...!
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Post by John Sweet » Fri Jan 12, 2007 11:24 pm

Seriously. Buy one first & try to fill its memory up with the controls you need before you go for two, unless you're sharing.

My fiance was cool with me getting one in that skeptical g.a.s.-hating kind of way. About a week after it showed up she tried the Modul8 template (she's a VJ) & now we're trying to find out how to get another one.

I get the feeling that the Lemur will finally have some competition by the end of the summer, but I can't imagine it will be as well thought out.

While you're waiting for yr Lemur(s) to come in, download the JazzEditor. If you hold down E while mousing around in the templates, you can see what the physics of the controls are like.

The thing is insane. It's pretty much required for any/all Ableton fiends that can swing it. I can't wait to learn Max now, too.

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