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Thanks of the prompt reply and thorough explanations.Astralp wrote: ↑Sat Jan 19, 2019 4:32 pmYes Succession is part of the Group Buy Its unlocked at Level 7 if we ever get there.
Well last year the Group Buy funded a couple of months development time with JUCE and I'm hoping to fund more this year, but it's essential the Group Buy works for me to do it. I got a lot of groundwork done on building a development framework, but ran out of time/money. I would like to do some midi Plugins but I'm not sure I would go in that particular direction, I have a lot of ideas I want to explore already and due to time would have to start with concepts I'm familiar with.
I also want to try and resurrect my old synth engine code which needs a lot of work to rewrite all of the SSE code and make it 64-bit compatible. I'm quite interested in exploring some of the concepts I've done in Kontakt and expanding them in ways impossible with Kontakt. The downside is how much work it is in comparison to Kontakt which I can develop very quickly. When I made Black Magic back in 2008 it took almost a year to build and there is no way I could fund that sort of timescale these days. That's why I'm trying to create a framework that would allow me to develop fairly quickly.
But in terms of Midi, I'd definitely like to make a plugin that encompasses the likes of Procession and Chord Stepper and expands on them, possibly some sort of modular concept. But I'll have to see how the Group Buy goes. It's painfully slow this year but will hopefully pick up once I have Succession finished. Its the most insane value Group Buy I've done, now 17 products
Which of those 2 applications do you think is better?
This "Chordjuster" will not do a real-time analysis. You give the plugin (or stand alone) a midi file of a complete song. It analyzes the file and later offers a few variations of chord progression which you can hear. From there you can delete the unwanted variations or edit the any of your favorites.
I think that the Chime getting louder was because there LFO is controlling Volume or Cutoff so it is fading in and out of the mix. The Chord is changing by moving the Mod Wheel, what it actually does is scroll up the inversions of the selected scale and you set the range with MW->P
Yes that's correct, I took some time off the Group Buy to make it for the purpose of helping the Group Buy along. I want everyone to achieve the levels but it has to be financially viable, which at the moment it isn't really. You have to join the Group Buy to get the Group Buy products I'm afraid.Also, you said dark matter added to the group buy total. I don't think that means that purchasing it gets you into the group buy though, am I correct?
A great idea—I hope someone takes it up and runs with it:)Kalamata Kid wrote: ↑Sat Jan 19, 2019 7:53 pmThis "Chordjuster" will not do a real-time analysis. You give the plugin (or stand alone) a midi file of a complete song. It analyzes the file and later offers a few variations of chord progression which you can hear. From there you can delete the unwanted variations or edit the any of your favorites.
I believe Scaler is real-time only? Rapid Composer may do what I am asking? but it looks very complicated to use. The Chordjuster should be kept as simple to use as possible.
While we are at it why not also have Chordjuster give variation on note velocity, note length etc.
I briefly had looked at both now I am waiting to see what Architect will offer. viewtopic.php?f=141&t=517474