I’m currently composing a piece for performance and concentrating on building a playable arrangement on kria, and just came up with an idea that I think would be incredibly powerful and useful:
Each channel has its own sequence preset, so when you’re on the preset page, you’d be able to change patterns of each of the four tracks separately. For example, you have a bass line that you want to repeat but you want to change a lead melody. Instead of copying that bass line over to a new sequence, you’d simply just change the lead sequence while the bass remains on the same sequence.
Perhaps a stop function per channel could be implemented here too, where the channel freezes as opposed to being muted, with two options: one being a stop per track per sequence (so changing sequence would bring a voice back in or out), as well as a stop per track that keeps the voice from triggering even when changing sequence.
Would this be possible at all, @tehn, @csboling? And I don’t know if it would work at all with the current meta-sequence feature, but wow it would be so good! Maybe there could be a button above the sequencer page button that could toggle this functionality and the regular sequence page with meta-sequencing?