Making music with MIDI is a wonderful thing, and Live’s MIDI Editor gives you a ton of flexibility for creating musical parts, but sometimes you need something a little different to get fresh ideas flowing. In the realm of hardware music-making, sequencers reign supreme and they present a slightly different approach to programming patterns. We can access these kinds of tools using many of the awesome MaxForLive sequencers available. In this video, I focus on one of my personal favourites, the free MDD_____SNAKE device.
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Hi 👋🏻 my name is Tom. I’m a music maker and Ableton Certified Trainer and I help people make better music with Ableton Live. You can download the instruments and effects I make for Ableton Live and watch tutorial videos at my website https://elphnt.io