Live 9 Mono Sequencer
Last Summer my primary focus was developing the mono sequencer device included with Live 9 Suite. Then later, I authored a series of videos describing mono sequencer's features. Here is the first video in the series.
Here is a playlist of all the videos in the series.
Live 9 Inspiration Tools
Along the way, I developed a suite of new devices for Live 9. Instruments, effects, etc, etc.. For lack of a better name, I'm calling it the stretta inspiration tools. Whatever. You can find it at my github account. In fact, I migrated all my current work to github where you'll be assured you'll have the latest version.
Live 9 CV Tools
If you're interested in the CV tools for controlling a modular with Live 9, that has been updated as well. This is known as stretta CV tools. One note is sigmund~ is required for calibration and it currently is 32-bit only. When sigmund~ gets updated, then calibration will work in 64-bit mode.
Beap is a software modular I developed as a pedagogical tool for Berklee College of Music. Beap emulates the the +/-5v signaling standard used in eurorack modulars. As such, it is completely signal compatible with a hardware modular. You can take any patch cord in Beap, send it out to your modular, and bring the signal from your modular back into Beap seamlessly. It even supports calibrated outputs for accurate 1v/oct tracking.
At Beap's github home, there is a wiki you might want to check out if you have questions.
I started developing Beap last November, but I've held off announcing it outside of Berklee until I had some base level of monome support added. I got to that point last week. Here is a recent video I made showing Beap in action.