midi clip as clock for step sequencing

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mzky
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midi clip as clock for step sequencing

Post by mzky » Sun Mar 17, 2019 11:39 am

In a modular scenario is really common to trig step sequencers from different sources (not only linear clocks)

I'd like to do the same with ableton, outputting a clock which is generated by the notes in a midi track. The final goal is to trig a midi step sequencer (in Liine Lemur), which follows MIDI sync, with a ableton midi clip: for every midi note the sequencer push forward a step

Is there something like this?

chapelier fou
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Re: midi clip as clock for step sequencing

Post by chapelier fou » Sun Mar 17, 2019 4:06 pm

I don't know if it exists, I've done that myself in very personal (meaning, I won't share) patches.
In most of the cases, it should be trivial to customize a sequencer to act as you described. Is there any specific sequencer that you would like to "trigger" enable ?
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mzky
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Re: midi clip as clock for step sequencing

Post by mzky » Mon Mar 18, 2019 6:54 am

The sequencer is Lemur stepslider

chapelier fou
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Re: midi clip as clock for step sequencing

Post by chapelier fou » Mon Mar 18, 2019 3:18 pm

I thought you wanted to use a M4L sequencer (it's the M4L forum section here).
I don't know how the Lemur sequencer works so I can't tell how to hack it, sorry.
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