Given that a newer version of this will be out soon, I'm not going to invest too much time supporting this. But, there is this 'manual' included.
When you 'Slice To Midi', you can use the 'Normal' mode to ascend through notes on each press.
You can also manually step sequence through one of your midi clips. Press the green 'Normal' swithc to orange and it says 'Clip'.
Then hit 'Extract', then click on your midi clip of choice. You might have to do it twice.
You'll want to put this device before your 'Sliced to Midi' Sampler if you're using 'Normal' mode or put an instrument after it for Clip mode.
You can also put each one in a drum rack cell and have each one trigger different sequences/instruments, as in literally putting your VST/AU in each drum rack cell and having this device before it and assigning a midi clip to step seqeunce through it, so basically you can step sequence your scenes just by using the drum rack.
This is actually a huge potential to be a game changer for finger drummers, and I'm not just trying to hype it.
This supports midi notes or CC's. You can have any note trigger it (fine for drum racks), or just one note trigger it, or a range of notes to trigger it (good for midi drumkit where you want to bang on the drum set and make it look like you're playing something complicated)
I almost released it and realized I missed out on a huge element that would've made it stupid to release it as it is, but you asked for it:) This is a teaser.
I will reiterate that there is a lot of power using one for each cell in a drum rack to trigger through different sequences.
You can assign a device to each instrument you already have set up and literally step-sequence through your scenes, bringing back the 'live' element.
With the 'Auto-Reset' feature, you can create new patterns by playing between different sequences, like 2 different bass lines.
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Also, it looks funky because I originally just wanted to test out skinning functionality. I'm not a graphic designer, but I like to play around every now and then.
Cool if you don't mind the looks/schemes here, but the newer version is more conservative to 'play nice' with the recommended guidelines.