Looking for a different way to sequence rhythms? Euclidean Rhythm Generator, a Max for Live MIDI Device from Jürgen Schmitz, uses geometric divisions for sequencing. Check out a video of the Euclidean Rhythm Generator in action to see how it works: Download the Euclidean Rhythm Generator
Musician and designer Martin Guder's university project envisions a different way to both visualize and control Ableton Live. With custom typography and graphical representations of effect and clip parameters, Martin divides a Live set into several parts, each of which is controlled by human gestures. Check out a video below:
Learn more about the project and see some screenshots of the Live set at Paperized (note: the site is in German).