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super cool. thx a lot :)

Unfortunately the Device Control 8, 16, 32 Devices don't let me customize the parameters like shown in your Video from 02.00 - 03.10 min. I'm on Max 7 and Live 9.7

Whenever i try to select another Parameter from the list, the selected existing Parameter doesn't change (just "flickers" shortly). Its the same for all three devices. Really to bad. I really liked concept of this thing. Its like a M4L based control surface script.

Cheers.

SuperCool device. Really was looking for something like that. Sometimes i start out with simple melodic ideas (just a few notes) and want to build it up to the a whole scale write (chord progressions etc). This saves a lot of time figuring out which scales would work and therefore it is easier to make a decision.

What i would really like to see too, would be a Chord Detection plugin that works dependent on scale and key and gives you multiple options on the detected Chord: like where a C6 chord could be read as a A7 chord etc.

Thx very much for this device. Cheers

another great update.

would be great if the aux seq, when set to map, would have a smoothing control, to smooth out parameter changes.

cheers.

Super Cool =). Just got myself a copy

Thx very much for this great sequencer.

It would be really great if the 4 Macros would have an adjustable glide parameter to get smoother parameter changes when going through the steps.

Also if Presets could be chained together would be cool.

But either way i'm pretty pleased =). Thx again.

very cool.

morphing between selected snapshots would be very cool too.

hey. cool device.

morphing between 2 chosen presets would be very cool, too.

cheers.

hey atomictag.

really cool device.

it would be really cool, if you could add 2 knobs to control the depth and offset of a mapping of an ableton device parameter.

just like the offset and depth knobs in max essentials lfo device.

i suggest this because i'd like to use this device to modulate parameters. you could draw in some midi cc automation in a clip which would become your modulation shape and with offset and depth you could control the amount of the modulation and the centerpoint from where it takes place.

cheers. marc

hey hyakken,

cool. thx for the effort.

cheers. marc

hey hyakken,

i just bought seq16v3.

i really like the sequencer. but there was one thing i would really love to be implemented.

i thought when you tie same notes together, that they would become a consecutively longer.

for example: the sequencer runs at 1/16 notes per step and i tie 4 consecutive steps of the same note value (lets say C3) so i get a new note which is a 1/4 note long. then the global gate and the gate sequencer would trim this new note length accordingly.

i would really love that to be part of the device.

cheers. Marc

hey yehezkelraz,

just stumbled upon this one. thank you so much. i was looking for some device, with which i can modulate parameters en par with the rhythm in a clip. with normal step sequencers i can't do that. But NOW... :D

...and with velocity sensitivity and glide... aach i'm melting =)

thx. i throw a kisshand towards you :x

cool. thx very much for the update.

cheers.

very cool device. thx.

any chance there's gonne be a 2.0 update for the audio version of Multimapper32. really love the editable response curves.

hey hyakken,

glad to read that there will be an expanded version of of rpe v3 (load time never bothered me as well).
also thanks for the implementation of gate time for the seq's.

cheers.

hey there,

i also miss the polyrhythmic mode :/

and i also dont like, that you just have one sequencer per track. for me this means i would just always leave it on velocity, because it's just to important to trade in.

so independent sequencers would be nice. and it would also be nice to have a "gate" sequencer for each track, for varying note lengths.

cheers.

hey pmonet,

looking forward for v2.

it would be cool if there would also be dotted notes in the sync mode. i think now theres just triplets?
and a preset mangagement system where you can switch through presets via automation would also be cool.

really looking forward for the midi sustained loop feature and the pop up editor window.

cheers.

thx very much for this update. i really appreciate that.

i'm gonna get myself a copy.

cheers.

hey hyakken,

i haven't bought it yet. wanted to wait for an answer.

can you update a picture of the new version showing the new speed options?

thx.

hey hyakken.

that would be really cool. thank you very much.

hey hyakken.

really cool device. just got one question.

can you do polymetric patterns here. because it looks like, you can only do polyrhythmic stuff.

can you do both, polyrhytmic and polymetric patterns here, like with Rhythm Pattern Editor V2?

cheers. marc.

oops, you can store presets. just watched the youtube video again and totally forgot about it. sorry. :)

hey bennniii,

thx for this great device.

some things i would really love to see added.
what would be really cool for me, as i'm not that grounded in music theory, would be to have a scale menu where you can choose root key and scale for the note editor page. i think someone else also mentioned it before. and maybe also the option to have a big floating window for note editing.

maybe a preset management system to quickly change patterns would also be nice. i like the one from monosequencer which lets you quantize the pattern changes, which is great, if you like to fiddle around with the sequencer live while recording everything into midi or audio. and maybe a smoothing paramater to gradually glide between values for the cc and map sequencers.

when i've got some money again, i will send you some bucks :). its definitely worth it

thx again. looking forward for your next release :)