Strokes - M4L Sequencing Workstation

I’m launching a new M4L midi sequencer inspired by the recent book on Jaki Liebezeit, the drummer from Can.

https://www.congburn.co.uk/jaki


https://maxforlive.com/library/device/5935/jaki-euclidean-midi-sequencer

Its free to download, and there’s a tip jar if anyone feels extra generous - its £3.75 for a Guinness in my local pub…

Hope you get a chance to have a play with it!!

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Damn. Looks great thanks.

Just launched a new version of this here - https://www.congburn.co.uk/strokes

Its now called Strokes :slight_smile:

Free version is up there and there’s a paid version which adds swing and accents.

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New companion device here

https://www.congburn.co.uk/weights

Together these two devices can sequence triggers and generate complex modulation. The way it works is that weights listen to the triggers from strokes and creates modulation curves - in eurorack terms you can imagine your note triggers are sent to an attack/decay envelope - you can assign this modulation to any parameter in live, including parameters in strokes. So what you have is a feedback network of two devices speaking to each other and influencing one another. You can get some pretty wild results!

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This week I launched v2.0 of this, here’s Richard Devine shredding it :slight_smile:

Here’s my own demo and tutorial

You can read more here - https://www.congburn.co.uk/strokes

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