[LAU] Introductory seq24 tutorial

Jeremy Jongepier jeremy at autostatic.com
Wed Oct 27 09:40:13 UTC 2010

On 10/27/2010 01:11 AM, Frank Neumann wrote:
> Hi Leigh,
>> I've just posted a video tutorial for seq24 -- it discusses what seq24
>> is, and what it isn't, and then proceeds to demonstrate the basics of
>> building and playing patterns. If you've tried it in the past and been
>> confused by its somewhat unique interface, hopefully this will get you
>> past that initial confusion. The direct Youtube link is here:
>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2WDHS1wYeM
> Wow, that is finally one really nice tutorial video - very well done!
> I like the quality of video and sound, the speed, the "entertaining bits" -
> everything really!
> May I ask a few short questions about creation of this tutorial (I tried
> to write them so that a simple yes/no suffices in most cases ;-):
> - What toolchain did you use? Was it the Xephyr/jack_capture/ffmpeg
>   package that others (AutoStatic?) had mentioned here or in other places?
> - What frame rate did you choose for video - 15fps?
> - I assume you first write out to disk mostly uncompressed video at the
>   highest possible quality and then do a re-encoding to your selected target
>   video format offline afterwards?
> - Did you experience any audio/video out-of-sync problems which you had to
>   compensate for by e.g. time-stretching the video?
> - Since your voice comes over pretty clear, I assume you did not do live
>   voice recording, but rather overdubbed it afterwards by "watching and
>   commenting" your own video?
> Thanks for answering,
> Frank

Hello Frank,

I've created a Wiki page on the toolchain I use:



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