This is me messing around with some software I wrote for the monome 256 called 'residue'. It grew out of a drum pattern sequencer I created earlier. Instead of a straight drum sequencer, it provides two independent melody patterns in addition to the drum patterns. Not only can you write patterns while the software is running, you can write and edit a non-playing pattern. While one pattern is playing, I'm writing another, then switching to that pattern when I want. All three voices loop independently so I can alter the phase of the loops on the fly.
The software is triggering individual drum sounds on a soft sampler. Everything else is from the modular. I started the video with a completely blank slate - no pre-compsed patterns or tracks. Everything you see is constructed and recorded live via the monome interface.
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