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MIDI buffer - does this app exist?
What I am interested in is an app that would take in note input, store them in a buffer, and after some threshold or trigger, release all notes from buffer.
Easy use case: app waits for midi input. after any 4 notes reach the input, they are released from the buffer as a chord.
The notes build up in the buffer. When a CC LFO triggers the buffer to release, the notes then release in quick succession, ie. 1/32nd notes.
I've been playing around with the probability setting on Cality, setting it low, and playing with note streams from other MIDI Au sequencers. This would be another cool tool in the MIDI AU toolbox to pipe these note streams in to.
Is there anything currently that does this?
Maybe it could be coded in Bram Bos's coming app? But I bet a developer who wanted to run with this idea could come up with a great UI and implementation to allow for a number of different possibilities.