Device Details

Device Overview

Name/Version: Fold 1.0
Author: codenote  
Description: Fold allows you to shrink your MIDI keyboard to your desired scale or any custom pallette of notes while skipping the unwanted notes. Imagine you can slide your finger across the keys and it sounds inspiring like a professional musician! With fold, you can also choose to work only with white keys, black keys, or all keys. Fold can also remote send and receive to share note selection with multiple instances. Check out the video here!

Unlike the Scale MIDI effect, Fold's result has no repettitive notes, making it very worry-less to play or edit.

What can Fold do?
1. Make keyboard easier to play: by folding only white or black keys to a desrired pallette of notes -

2. Editting on piano roll without ever going off-key -

3. Make computer keyboard much more capable -

4. Unfold Simpler's Slice mode trigger notes onto only to only white keys to make it easier to play -

5. Save to user presets and automate the chord -

Device Details

Tags utility, other
Live Version Used: 10.0.1
Max Version Used: 7.3.5
Date Added: Dec 15 2019 19:06:29
Date Last Updated: Dec 19 2019 13:57:47
Device Type: midi_device
Download URL (report link)
License (more info): Commercial


I think this device is just what I'm looking for but just wanted to double check .
is it possible to fold chords ?
and is there a way that I could set it up so any incoming midi notes INCOMING from another midi channel would automatically be forced into those Pacific notes. I want to use it more as a remixed tool so once I find a progression that I like it basically forces anything that comes into it into that same folded progression.
I want to send midi files into the Fold device rather than play on the keyboard ?

Good feature to add.

There should be a device favoriting and update email feature added to so I don't have to comment on each M4L I want to add the comments to my profile. Update emails and favorites are very useful features for this site.


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