Demo notes: sequence
A is send via midi to Ableton while sequence
B is driving Just Friends, also routed to Ableton with some Valhalla Supermassive after it because why not.
Patchwork finally got some much needed attention! Version 2.0 adds midi out support, configurable output options per sequence and a revised UI.
In addition to crow and jf, you can now output both sequences via midi. Midi device and midi channel (per sequence) are selectable via the params menu. Thanks to @cosmicsoundexplorer for the nudge and @dan_derks for jumping on a zoom call to help with implementation. As always, I’m astounded by his boundless generosity
As I folded midi support in, it occurred to me that Patchwork would be much more flexible if you could freely route either sequence to a variety of output options instead of forcing it through fixed configurations.
Now, each sequence can be routed to the following outputs:
CROW 1+2 (out 1 = v/8, out 2 = trig)
CROW 3+4 (out 3 = v/8, out 4 = trig)
In the case of JF and midi, you can even route both sequences to the same destination. Just Friends’ new and improved polyphonic allocator (in firmware 4.0), makes for some amazingly lush results.
I took the opportunity to freshen up the UI, and made some tweaks to the key + encoder interactions. Check out the documentation for full details.
Edit — OH! and thanks to @mattlowery for testing