Michael L wrote:A composition-related feature I would find useful is a midi buffer. When you improvise on an armed track, the midi is recorded to the clipboard. When you play a phrase you want to keep, you paste the clipboard to the track. Would that be useful to many others?
I tried that yesterday evening and think, that MuLab almost behaves this way. Almost. I set two markers (start and end), enabled loop and started recording. As long as I recorded, I saw nothing. But after stop MuLab showed me a phrase and asked with a popup what to do with the second one. I choosed "new track" and MuLab created a new sub-track containing that phrase. So maybe it would be enough to set that choice by default in the preferences (that's missing). Then MuLab would create a number of tracks containing all your tries and you can choose later, what to keep. Is that what you meant?