MidiMarble 2.2

MidiMarble is a generative step sequencer for notes or midi CCs.
1. Déjà-vu sets the chance for steps to be replaced by a random Random min, max value, limited in range by the min and max knobs. ‘La’ sets the chance to replace notes not with random ones, but with the last one played.
2. Velocity and Gate time ranges are working similarly to notes with the Déjà-vu setting.
3. Sequence length can be set to 4, 8, 16, 32 or 64 steps, and 1, 2 or 3 can be subtracted to create uneven timings and polymetry. Clock division goes from 16th to a full bar.
4. Gátè-vu sets random loops for the distribution of gate events , similar to Déjà-vu, with controlable note density. Probability filters out notes completely random.
5. In addition to swing, a jitter knob allows to ‘humanize’ the timing.
6. Channel and Destination knobs select the midi channel and the output: notes or a midi CC value.
7. The four knobs to the right visualize the current output values.

Updates:

2.2:
– State saving works now at save of project in host, once the instance has been used its not initialized when opened again.
– Gate length now works with beat divisions instead of ms, which is more useful
– only one knob for clock division now
– extra knob to reduce the step count by 1, 2 or 3 steps to achieve polymeters.
– Deja-vu and min/max are now set to create a new sequence at initial startup

2.1: Minor update suggested by “-ki”: Description is now available via SHIFT.

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5 comments on “MidiMarble 2.2
  • Edward_Gregory on said:

    Really fun to play with, I’m get some really cool bass lines out of it. Thanks!

  • Irena_Svetlovska on said:

    As a user of Mozaic presets, but definitely not a programmer, MidiMarble has always been one of my fave and most musically useful gadgets. Just wanted to say thank you, not least for coming up with a clear and effective use of the limited interface. Unlike some of the more brainiac inventions here, I can get in and interactive with MMS knobs, and instantly understand what I am doing and hear the effect it’s is having. Thanks for such a fun and useful thing. :)

  • TomSimmert on said:

    Thanks so much Irena for the kind words!

  • KurtK on said:

    How do you enter notes for the sequence?

    It looks like it could be a really useful script and thanks for uploading it.

    But how is it supposed to be used?

  • TomSimmert on said:

    Hi KurtK,

    it’s a generative sequencer, you don’t enter notes, you only set the parameters along which it creates a note sequence and alters it. turn up “deja-vu”, set min and max, and then turn “deja-vu” down again to create a new sequence.

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