so i should apologise..
i didn't try to fool people around, those who were aware of the developement already knew that the plugin is all about the internal sequencer, they also knew that it's gonna be hard to deal with it, because of the midi<->button mapping thing
i'm pretty sure that i've never promised to put a midiplay function (unless my memory has gone bad)
Wildfunk: i know, that nearly every 303 clone has such midiplay mode, even my x0xb0x has it
i can think of only 3 things that *don't* have such external sequencing mode:
1) the original
3) vb303 - it's there but annoyingly locked
i have a theory, that rebirth sounds convincing enough to most people, because they've never had the chance to hear how it sounds when externally sequenced
those same people would try every other 303 clone via external sequencing (in a piano-roll) and make the conclusion that they don't sound convincing enough
But many people (including me) are playing around with midi first and after they got a "melody" they finally program it into the sequencer.
so, if you had a TB-303 - what would you do then?
1) get it MIDIfied
2) sell it and get another 303 clone which has midi already
3) change the way you "play around"
okay, this is not very likely, the TB-303 is expensive and rare
but if you had ReBirth, how do you make music there?
you cannot "play around" with midi there
i'm not saying that vb303 is as easy to use as rebirth, hell no
i am well aware that vb303 requires a bit too much from the normal user, even from experienced TB-303 users/owners
but i don't take this external sequencing argument, sorry
Think about it, it's not too late!
Even if some haters moan about 32-bit-only, SynthEdit, ...
i don't think anyone moaned about it being 32bit
they all hated me because they couldn't unlock midiplay mode, and that it keeps locking itself again on project reload and/or on transport-play/stop
i've thought about it enough. and i'm getting sick of explaining and arguing
just use something else