Device Details

Device Overview

Name/Version: NR - Note Repeater M4L Device 0.0.4
Author: Panosla  
Description: NR is a note repeater (or roller, I can't decide on this) with a twist. This is a really simple M4L MIDI device, but a surprisingly powerful tool, which can create organic and expressive patterns, with just a few clicks.

Please note that this is a Demo kind of try before buy version. There is a restriction in polyphony (up to 4 instead of 16) and a time limit to use.

See gumroad link for video and more information.

Update 0.0.6
1. Bug fixed - Not repeating the first notes of a clip when it's launched.
2. Push/Push2 support
3. Engine improvements
4. UI Improvements

Device Details

Downloads: 1831
Tags lfo, sequencer, glitch, other
Live Version Used: 10.1.9
Max Version Used: 8.1.1
Date Added: Apr 18 2020 09:25:17
Date Last Updated: Apr 26 2020 06:58:46
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Device Type: midi_device
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License (more info): Commercial

Device Files

Device File: NR v0.0.6 Demo.amxd


Friendly greetings Panosla, this looks like a very promising device to achieve bouncing ball and ramping-type MIDI effects. Thank you for sharing your work.

I like the UI, with a neon and gray color scheme. I'm trying the demo and have a few questions:

(1) Does the full version have presets?

(2) How do I delete a control point? I expect double-clicking and the same UI conventions as Ableton, but it's not working. I don't see how in the ? help.

(3) Can you add higher note values, even 1024n ? Though it appears I can add grid resolution as well.

(4) It would be nice to have a control to reverse, or mirror the graph. Some roller effects sound very cool when they're symmetrical.

Please let me know at your earliest convenience (I didn't see a contact email elsewhere), and thank you.

Panos graciously answered my questions on the YouTube video as follows:

Hello Torley, thanks for getting in touch. doesn't send any notifications for comments and I am not checking it regularly. So, thanks for the understanding :)
In regards to your questions:
1.Unfortunately no. Presets would require to create a file in your system, and after thinking much about it, I ended up that most people (including my self) wouldn't feel comfortable if a device was to create files in my system. The alternative would be to simply save the device as a device preset in live.
2. Deleting a point is something that I didn't mention. I thought people might be already used of this by using shaper, but apparently I am wrong. So my bad on this. It's simple really, hold shift and click on the point you want to delete.
3. No, as far as I know, Live does not support it in the form of this kind of musical interval syntax. If this is true (and I am not mistaken) I would have to implement a custom method, that the tradeoff would be accuracy when rounding the time interval. So, I thought keeping it simple is the best option here.
4. This is indeed a cool feature you are proposing. I am making a note on this, and when I manage to get the time to update the device, I'll do my best to implement it.
I hope that cover's it :).
Let me know if you have any further questions!

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