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NerdSEQ Midi implementation early preview
#1
Just implemented the first Midi sequencing basics. Far away from being ready, but it works and it is already instant fun!


[video=youtube]youtu.be/XoDtYeRCyXU[/video]
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#2
Yes! Can't wait for this!
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#3
Well done Thomas - I'm dusting off the Roland XV 5050 in anticipation!
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#4
Absolutely ace. Can't wait for it. this gonna be an absolute game changer. Nerseq rules!
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#5
I'm so ready for this!! *dusts off SP202*
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#6
My Tetra get ready....
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#7
I did’t even knew that there was plans for MIDI-sequencing with NerdSeq, YAY!!!

Any change to get access for early beta? 8)

cheers, johnny
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#8
Heya

Just stopped by to say hi and wanted to know how the midi is coming along Smile

Cheers
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#9
Please be patient! There is a lot of work to do for me, and Midi is one of them.
I am busy with the framework which allows the expanders and midi to be integrated in the tracks. And once i got that, the expanders will come first and then Midi.
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#10
I just had a quick question: I have a device in which I require sequencing control monophonically over six midi channels with the additional availability of polyphony on channel 1. Would Nerdseq be able to make good use of such a device when Midi sequencing is implemented as it stands in planning or development?
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