mchenetz's blog Object Oriented - live.step Part Two Object Oriented - live.step Part 2 from Michael Chenetz on Vimeo.

This second part of the Object Oriented - live.step series is really where it gets interesting. We get out of the realm of pitch, duration, and velocity and in to automation. We control the devices with the step sequencer and take advantage of the ability to use multiple sequences and different step configurations. Object Oriented - live.step Part One Object Oriented - Live Step part 1 from Michael Chenetz on Vimeo.

It's been a while, but the wait is now over. Expect lots more content in the coming days, weeks and months.

Want to sequence like all of the cool kids are doing? This first part in a multi-part series on live.step will take you through all of the steps required in order to create your own basic sequencer. The following parts will illustrate more advanced functionality and even show you how to use the sequencer to modify. modulate and adjust values within Live! Stay tuned! 

As always, The patch is available in the Forums Ohm64+Live A Journey into Live Midi Remote Scripts, controls and components

I decided to take a little bit of time to discover how the integration of hardware controllers really works within Live. Up until now, a lot of people understood bits and pieces, but did not have the whole picture. We new that we could select a supported controller within Live and it would automagically map to Live functions. We could modify the functionality by using Max For Live. But, what we didn't really completely understand is what the, "control_surfaces" object and all of it's subcomponents really did. 


What are components?


What are controls?


How do these different things relate to each other?


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Here is part two in the series entitled, "Mu-tations" that discusses the various elements of Jazzmutant's Mu. This part takes you through programming new devices. It is recommended that you take a look at the various tutorials on the Max For Live API as well as familiarize yourself with the Lemur and OSC before tackling Mu. Feel free to discuss Mu in the forums and on the Jazzmutant forums.

Mu Info:

Electronic Creatives and Dubspot teach you Live and Max For Live


Master Ableton trainers, Laura Escudé and Timo Preece are teaching several workshops on Live and Max For Live with the help of friends like Henry Strange, Trifonic and Andrew Pask. If there is any way for you to get to any of these events then I would recommend that you do so! You will definitely learn a lot about Live and everything surrounding Live. 

Dates and location:

  • March 20-21: Los Angeles, Ca  *** Note: This date for M4L training ***
  • April 3-4: New Orleans, La
  • April 25th, San Francisco, Ca


More info:

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