Hi Kjetil, thanks for your response :D
On 11/12/2012 09:52 AM, Kjetil Matheussen wrote:
Yes, it makes editing the graph a bit easier, but it doesn't rival the
ease of operation that a linear view provides for the often needed
usecase of linear effect chains, since I find myself reordering the
nodes of the graph quite often to keep the graph tidy. I urge you to try
this out in Renoise and compare the workflow with radium for that usecase.
BTW: Having these operations as you outlined above is similar to how
Blender does its node graph, which is very useful and a feature which I
would like to see in Ingen, too :D
Once I discovered that in Renoise it made adding some variation to a
track very simple :D Also triggering/modifying effects parameters on
track events like note on/off, etc. is very useful, too..
>> - On my laptop screen estate is precious. While I like the ability to
Cool, thanks for that :D Also it's good to hear that the key bindings
are configurable. So I will twiddle those a bit..
Ah OK, I must have just missed that..
Maybe take a look at the RCU pattern, which also was recently discussed
here on LAD which makes this relatively painless given some assumptions
about the playback thread..
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