Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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I had been vaguely aware of John Nesky's "beepbox" flash sequencer since chrisamaphone and others had been using it. I tried actually playing with it today, and dang, it's gotten to be a real nice sweet spot of functionality vs. simplicity of interface for doing little sketches in.

Here is a tune that I also posted to twitter: "Yeah, right? Yeah!". I'm not sure how I feel about the (non-power-of-two) 5-measure repeating pattern. I worked out the harmonization on piano first, though, and I think it paid off.
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