ENHANCED: Manual Looper > Renamed to Feedback Looper.
ENHANCED: Brought back the original Sample Recorder (Looper) as Dub Looper.
NEW UNIT: Counter > Trigger on the input causes output value to increment by ‘step’. Can be set to wrap or not. Reset-able with modulate-able step size, start and finish. Scale output with the ‘gain’ parameter.
Pro-tip: Ever wanted a delay with freeze? Just use a Feedback Looper. Set the delay time with a trigger into the reset control. Freeze by punching out. Set number of echoes with the feedback control.
Pro-tip: Are you a pointillist who likes to record audio? Using either a Feedback or Dub Looper, send White Noise into the start control and send Velvet Noise into the reset control. Let it record for awhile then punch out.
Floor, round, and ceiling are certainly good enough. For completeness sake it could also support rounding to/from zero, i.e. rounding to zero would be floor for positive number or ceiling for negative.
i’d love to see this, too. there is already a tool-tip mode with a momentary shift when the cursor is above a unit header: that produces a tool-tip message for that unit in the contextual display. it often (!) helps me to remember the type of a unit that i had renamed before but forgot to add the type to the name. i recently began to add the types of the units and the types of subchained units to the names…
couldn’t this be extended to parameters, too?
the very same day i was wishfully thinking about another
general UI idea:
i pretty often find myself wishing there would be a neat possibility
to tap integers with my fingers into parameter values.
(especially when i am setting vcas or gains of externally controlled parameters)
when i read about @tomk’s tool-tip mode via SHIFT+Mx, and odevices reminder that SHIFT+M1 is already in use, i had two thoughts.
SHIFT+Mx seems to be a good place for 6 crucial shortcuts,
with quicksaves being one of them.
the second thought brought me back to my wishfull thinking:
if we just could find another shortcut (set) for quicksaves and
other crucial functions/modes…
then we could use holding-SHIFT+Mx for tapping useful values directly into corresponding parameters (regardless whether they are focused or not)…
obviously integers only make sense to some parameters
(e.g. vca) and more obviously: i didn’t think it through really,
how to tap frequencies? (multiples of 55Hz…?)
how to tap lenghts of time (e.g. with delays and adsr)
just trying to second and improve @tomk’s idea of a universal
tool-tip mode as well as to share the idea of a universal
Yeah. I stayed punched in over the course of the piece. There was plenty of headroom, so I don’t think it was clipping as much as play/read head collisions. Kind of hard to avoid when you have two things reading and writing at different speeds in opposite directions.