Looking for a cc sequencer with "fugue machine" like capabilities.

I know I could just use a midi converter, but perhaps there are more options out there.

Polyphase seems like a good option.
Atom will eventually get there.
Aphelian...
Quantum...

Oh well, I might have answered myself already...

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  • Apart from using Fugue Machine with a note to CC converter, Quantum is probably your best bet. You can run it just outputting CCs from a sequence, or a combo of CC and note data and the sequencing options are tremendous.

    The one issue with all of these is that they output discrete steps of CC data. I would love to have a CC sequencer that functions like these, but outputs smooth interpolations of the step points.

    No FM-like sequencing, but modstep is still fantastic for drawing arbitrary curves in clips and then being able to trigger those clips on the fly.

  • @aplourde said:
    Apart from using Fugue Machine with a note to CC converter, Quantum is probably your best bet. You can run it just outputting CCs from a sequence, or a combo of CC and note data and the sequencing options are tremendous.

    The one issue with all of these is that they output discrete steps of CC data. I would love to have a CC sequencer that functions like these, but outputs smooth interpolations of the step points.

    No FM-like sequencing, but modstep is still fantastic for drawing arbitrary curves in clips and then being able to trigger those clips on the fly.

    Maybe someone will whip up a nice streambyter or Mozaic script that provides s slewing of incoming controller values.

  • StepBud

  • Is stepbud able to do reverse and change play speed?

  • @espiegel123 said:

    @aplourde said:
    Apart from using Fugue Machine with a note to CC converter, Quantum is probably your best bet. You can run it just outputting CCs from a sequence, or a combo of CC and note data and the sequencing options are tremendous.

    The one issue with all of these is that they output discrete steps of CC data. I would love to have a CC sequencer that functions like these, but outputs smooth interpolations of the step points.

    No FM-like sequencing, but modstep is still fantastic for drawing arbitrary curves in clips and then being able to trigger those clips on the fly.

    Maybe someone will whip up a nice streambyter or Mozaic script that provides s slewing of incoming controller values.

    A slewing script would be great, but ideally this mythical app would have interpolation built-in so that the values interpolate between the set values (so you could hit specific times with specific values) instead of lagging after the receipt of a value change.

    If I ever get any serious free time I might try to modify the CC Sequencer patch to be an interpolating CC sequencer in Mozaic (basically an LFO with user-drawn wave shape), but it wouldn't have the Fugue Machine like sequencing controls....

  • @Philippe said:
    Is stepbud able to do reverse and change play speed?

    Yes

  • @Philippe said:
    I know I could just use a midi converter, but perhaps there are more options out there.

    Polyphase seems like a good option.
    Atom will eventually get there.
    Aphelian...
    Quantum...

    Oh well, I might have answered myself already...

    Genome

    press record and record knob movements..

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