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@all4live Thanks for clarifying, I was hoping you figured a way around it.

Does this mean that these clip parameters are a lot easier to automate in the arrangement timeline, too — like any other automation?

I've been looking for an easier way to set those directly in the timeline, without having to open the clip view.

Is there a way to set it to tempo sync instead of Hz? I wonder if this would be useful to be a random/chaos auto-panner. Your video seems to show it's capable of that, any further insight?

@h1data I continue to enjoy "bouncing notes", thank you again for this gem.

Is there a way to set the total duration of the playback? For example, if I want to clamp/restrict bouncing notes to end after 4 bars? Right now in Ableton Live, I'm mainly doing some guessing and then using warping afterwards to constrain the length.

It would be great for transition effects and ramping up intensity if the total length could be specified.

Also, is there a way to reverse the direction, so that it starts out bouncing very quickly but then gets slower?

Is there a video tutorial showing how this works? :)

This is a REALLY elegant implementation of a "bouncing ball delay"-type MIDI effect! I've tried others that were harder to use, but this is easy to dive into — PLUS it's polyphonic! Thank you for sharing this, and I encourage you to keep creating M4L devices.

This is a unique yet seems-very-useful approach, to make the effects of this editable after.

Hmmm have you thought about a "wilder" version of this that can add glitch effects, like stutters and fills and other more "erratic" data? I've used various M4L MIDI tools in this vein, and I adore Chance Ten ( )... but none of them output directly to piano roll, so I have to go through laborious workarounds.

Let me know if I should reach out via email.

invisijp, any word on our last curiosities yet? :D

Is there an audio/video demo about this, to get a better understanding of how it sounds before creating an account?

I'm definitely curious to learn more. Please keep us posted on the demo video here!

invisijp, is it possible to implement a random preset generator too? Even a feature so each time it plays through a cycle, it keeps making new curve arrangements? The end-result being that no two cycles sound the same.

I’ve been looking for the most elegant way to achieve this. Others didn’t work out because they had bloated UIs and other stuff that I didn’t need in a streamlined solution. Been searching this library for the last weeks, and then you upload this — thank you! Gonna give it a go.

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!

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.