This is a quick demo of a simple step sequencer for the Livid Code.
more info here: http://blog.lividinstruments.com/?p=33841
An update to Darwin Grosse's step sequencer as outlined in Part One of "Working with Hardware" here: http://bit.ly/Slk9fR
This is the sort of "most obvious" approach to making a step sequencer on the Code: thirty-two steps, with the knobs changing pitch on a pentatonic scale. Because it's so simple, it's ultra-fun, and similar to classic analog step sequencers.
In that analog spirit, this video uses Reason's SubTractor synth, with its Echo delay to make some really great sounds with the simple stepper.