In the first part of my seq24 tutorial series, I looked at creating patterns in the pattern editor, and then triggering those patterns in real-time from the QWERTY keyboard. In part 2, I go in to more detail on both features. This video covers:
- Advanced pattern triggering techniques: queuing and snapshots
- Basic note editing: copying/pasting notes and changing velocities
- MIDI CC automation
- Background patterns
- MIDI note entry (step-sequencing) and MIDI recording
It’s a little longer than I’d have liked, but there’s a lot in there! If you’d prefer smaller, shorter tutorials in future, feel free to leave a comment and let me know.
For downloaders, there’s also a 720p WebM version available (107MB).