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Repeater and Appregiator Cut Off To Event Note Length

+4 votes
asked Nov 16, 2017 in Instruments and Plug-Ins by grimeyneedle (3,490 points)
recategorized Aug 24, 2018 by grimeyneedle
The appregiator and note repeater need an option to cut off with the note length instead of playing the entire sequence

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answered Nov 27, 2017 by Skip Jones (163,810 points)
selected May 22, 2018 by AlexTinsley
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answered Apr 15, 2018 by robertgray3 (38,720 points)
Good idea! Would be very useful.
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answered Nov 20, 2020 by RagdollEye (180 points)
This would be awesome for Repeater. It would make Repeater much more viable for played input and enhance the most useful function of Repeater, in my eyes: pattern-based repeating of off-beat and non-quantized or humanized notes (which arpeggiators are, by nature of their function, incompatible with), and subsequently chords with offset notes.

This would pair fantastically with other users' requests for infinite looping in Repeater as well. The pattern could repeat infinitely so long as the note is held and cut when the note ends. There are so many things you can't do with the arpeggiator (stock arpeggiators in any DAW, really) because of the very strict relationship between an arpeggiator pattern and when notes are triggered in relationship to that pattern, that this is where Repeater could really shine as a more "playable," note effect alternative.