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Transposing sequence and controller vs synth arpeggiator Keyboard Synthesizers
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Transposing sequence and controller vs synth arpeggiator

Hi guys.
I would like to transposing the sequenced pattern by keyboard notes. I tried to do it in Ableton live and I could find info on YouTube, but it is not that easy. Not too complicated either it needs some midi learning (mapping) procedure which is not more than a couple of seconds but still I was hoping it is much easier like a default feature. I found the Arturia Keystep as it could do that if I am correct. My question is are there any other midi keyboard with this function?

The Keystep has an arpeggiator function as well and I was wondering is there any pros and cons of using the midi keyboards arp versus the synths built in arp. Or is it just the same midi signal mapping what it does either way…

Thanks.

EDIT: I went on a bit in the topic and find out that the Keystep cannot do real time sequencing which is less cool. So I am looking for now even a vst or a synth, anything which
- can sequence in real time
- can be transposed in real via keyboard note

I found Monologue can do everything BUT unfortunately as I read it is not working properly when you use it with external midi clock (in slave mode).
So anybody?
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