[LAU] [LAD] Community Interaction and Working Together
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Fri Sep 20 12:41:46 UTC 2013
On 09/20/2013 02:35 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> On Fri, 2013-09-20 at 14:14 +0200, Alex wrote:
>> I'm glad you asked! :)
>> A fully functional, comprehensively tooled up (including keybinding
>> functionality for as much as possible) jack midi sequencer, that doesn't
>> do audio or plugins (we have decent apps for those already), but does
>> midi......comprehensively. (and including properly functioning MMC, MTC,
>> bank and patch management, a full set of keybinding functions for as
>> much as possible, including navigation, folder tracks (containers) for
>> handling a lot of tracks, a complete pianoroll toolset for
>> input/edit/remove including bindings for things like toggle step input,
>> just to name a few.....)
>> And a gui that works, and saves position, size and midi clip values like
>> CC lanes assigned per track that display in the pianoroll (1st violins
>> track might have velocity/volume/pitchbend/modulation CC lanes, and
>> tubas might only have volume and velocity, as an example)
>> Did i mention keybinding functionality for as much as possible?
>> And complete non-session-manager and OSC functionality?
>> That should keep you busy for a while. :)
> I would like to get this too, but + audio recording ;).
> Especially a mute and unmute clip function, the most missing thing for
> Qtractor, the sequencer I'm using.
> And this mixer thingy Cubase for the Atari does provide, to set up real
> time hardware synth editors, that can be used by a sequencer track.
> Turning of running status send to hardware synth would be nice too.
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Ralf, we already have good audio apps (non-timeline, etc), and it's easy
to port one to the other.
Qtractor doesn't do jackmidi.
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