Thank you Marc!
Yes, that’s what I’ve been experiencing as well. It has a small range where it does something, and in that range it’s very sensitive about going from nothing to everything.
When I thought about suggesting an algorithm to you, this is exactly what I had in mind!
If you want to make it even more exiting, you could (on context-menu) maybe offer 3 different “skip-algorithms” to choose from:
- Euclidian mode (default), attempting to skip notes/gates as evenly spaced as possible.
- Bernoulli mode, like Branches, which is more unpredictable (cointoss?).
- Clumped/grouped (my idea), where if it skips say 50% of the notes, it would “clump” the skipping more towards the beginning (or end) of the total number of steps, not entirely put them there but just by proponderance.
Just an idea, but yeah - I think your “skip-note” idea would work much better, it’s even the term I gave it myself, when I was thinking how to explain it
You’re most welcome, and I thank you for another wonderful module Marc!