Hey, guys I would like to add that Artillery is excellent if you like to add some cool effects and transitions to your live songs (improving on effects like vowel filters and chorus and stutters sounds mad good on pads and there is tons of fun to be had with it) haven't earned myself any gigz yet but when I do I plan on improvising on this thing called an inverse Arpeggiator live at certain parts, I came up with the idea myself,
pick your favourite chord I pick a 7th chord because your going to probably want 4 notes
Modulate each note of this chord individually to change to the next chord in the progression
I E Fsharpminor gets modulated up 5 pitches and so does its fith and 7th but you want it to be major this time so the 3rd gets modulated 6 shifts,
(I am talking midi pitch shifting by the way not audio)
Do this for a simple or complex and evolving chord progression, do this for every octave on your keyboard or the pads on your midi controller.
Realize how much better at keyboard you are now if you where less then very good before.
I also have all my glitchy sounds synthesized or sampled out of Absynth instead of just straight out of ableton, this way I can do cool Grain and filter modulations live by twisting knobs on my glitches.
That about all I can think of doing live for me right now I hope this thread brings tons of new ideas for everyone.
also this is really old and bad but it is the only recording of me (or anyone in the world) playing the inverse arp, I am working on some stuff with it right now but haven't used in in a while check out the other stuff on my page for better quality. All the new stuff I am working on is written with it