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this is neat, but there are a bunch of free devices on this site that do this, i'm not sure that this is quite compelling to warrant a $20 price tag?

oh shit, THAT'S what happened. Yeah, bad on me for not sorting my Downloads folder as often, but this REALLY tore apart my Downloads folder.

And no, there's no way to put it all back UGH. What a mess.

This is fun. A couple of things that would make this extra fun : 1.) add an envelope at the beginning and of the playback so that it de-clicks the loop. Right now, it clicks even with an empty buffer.

2.) make the playback window MIDI mappable, set a CC for the width and a CC for the position. That way you could map these to a couple of LFO's, and create some interesting movement.

3.) When you hit Random, have a "Lock Playrate" check so that it's still random, but still musical, if you've recorded in a tonal loop and you want glitch, but not harmonic dissonance.

4.) maybe a min/max range for the random setting? I'm seeing alot of full width of the buffer selections, which are kind of useless for even 4n settings.

This is great! you might consider renaming it "Latch", since that's the function that it's replicating. That being said, thanks for making this. I've been looking for a latch function that's modular and disconnected from the internal ones in plugins, and this will do great.

not sure why that posted twice. lol. Yeah, UZI is super fun with an X/Y controller. I use it with a random device too, and then add a glitch plugin right after that, so you can actually play some very cool Telefon Tel Aviv style glitchy percussion patterns in a live set. Really adds something.

Mite is going to be great because it's going to add straight up aleatoric style to stuff. at high rates it's almost in the granular synth arena. When you turn random off and leave it at free, you can do some great ascending/descending builds with the speed knob. So simple, but so great.

I love it. This is not unlike the Uzi Note Repeater device:http://www.tetmusic.com/uzi_features.html except that Mite has that random piece that makes it great for generative stuff. I did go in and increase the Step to 10ms-3s, and the Rand to 0-1000. I just liked the wider range. What's really fun is to go Mite->Ableton MIDI Random (chance 100, choice 16) -> Drum Rack full of short samples. REALLY interesting textures.

I love it. This is not unlike the Uzi Note Repeater device:http://www.tetmusic.com/uzi_features.html except that Mite has that random piece that makes it great for generative stuff. I did go in and increase the Step to 10ms-3s, and the Rand to 0-1000. I just liked the wider range. What's really fun is to go Mite->Ableton MIDI Random (chance 100, choice 16) -> Drum Rack full of short samples. REALLY interesting textures.

@SESDevices What's the best way to contact you about some ideas for a version 2? I would love to send you some money (it's definitely near a place where you could be selling it on Gumroad)

by the way, this works really great in realtime if you throw a MIDI Quantizer in front of the sender patch.

Dude, this is so cool. Why aren't you charging for this? I'd totally drop some coin for this.

Some suggestions:

It'd be really nice to have a preset system to flip between a few of the settings, like a couple set to useable quant settings, and one set to an exponential setting for doing stuff on the fly.

It'd be cool to have a checkbox to link the Lambda knob with the filter knob so you can sweep at the same time as you're cutting.

I know you can set this up using an Effect Rack, but building a dry/wet path into the patch with a knob would be nice too.

All in all though, this is a killer patch. You should totally do a Gumroad.com link so we can toss up some moneythanks. :-)

this is amazeballs! I would love to have more than 4 tracks, and it would be super awesome to implement the innerloop function and pattern record.

I would totally pay $30 for this, easily.

Not sure, what i'm doing wrong here, but I've followed the M4L instructions to a T, and it's not working. It shows the accelerometer controlling the knobs just fine, but it's not passing MIDI to anything.