(Jim T) #1

A new drop of the rcm modules collection has made its way into the plugin manager.

This brings a few extra features to the piano roll, mainly play/pause, recording and chaining.

I’ve also added the Duck module back in, for very basic audio ducking.

Hope you folks enjoy it.

There’s also a manual of sorts in the github readme:

(Paul Piko) #2

Thanks Jim!

(Jean-Sébastien Monzani) #3

Pretty cool indeed! Thanks @JimT
I’d love an option to directly record (without pre-recording).
Mono overdubbing notes could be cool too (i.e. do not delete previous notes when recording and there’s nothing on the gate signal).
Just an idea!

(Omri Cohen) #4

Beautiful stuff!

(Lars Bjerregaard) #5

Thanks Jim!
I just tried the reverb for the first time. As you allude to, it’s difficult to use, but after much fiddling the sound of it is actually really nice.

(Adrian Likins) #6

@JimT Nice refactoring / code organization, btw. :smiley: Noticed while browsing for examples of code implementing more involved UI’s. There are lots of nice examples in the PianoRoll code.

(Jim T) #7

Thank you, you’re not supposed to notice re-writes :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

If you’re looking at the code, does this mean you’ve found the easter egg … ?

(Artem Leonov) #8

duck seems to be an interesting one! tommorow I going to check it

(Jim T) #9

let me know if it works for you or if it should do something different