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Name/Version: Drum Thinner 1.0
Author: greaterthanzero  
Description: * When two or more notes are received simultaneously, this effect will randomly select one of those and filter out the rest.

* You can optionally bypass that filter for one note of your choosing (the default is C1, where we presume that your kick drum is found).

* There's a Learn button associated with that input. Press it, trigger the note you want bypassed, and the device configures itself accordingly.

(This may also usable for pitched instruments, though I've done some destructive things to the note durations, and it may not behave as you're expecting. Really, we're optimized for drums here)

Device Details

Downloads: 438
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Live Version Used: 9.0.4
Max Version Used: 6.1.3
Date Added: Jun 26 2013 06:30:17
Date Last Updated: Not updated yet
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Device Type: midi_device
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Device File: drum thinner.amxd


seems perfect to control drums in draw mode with the tenorion.
does it introduce latency?

It adds a minimal amount of latency in the note collection phase. There's a [thresh 1] object in play which delays things by 1ms. And there are two of those, though I don't believe the timing of one is dependent on the other's completion. So I would say that there is either one or two milliseconds of known latency added.

For a MIDI drum track, that difference shouldn't be perceptible, but if you're using those midi notes to trigger audio effects, it won't be considered sample-accurate timing.

...but as I noticed your question a full year after you asked it, you've probably evaluated for yourself by now.

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