Conductive Labs shared this update on the development of the NDLR, a polyphonic arpeggiator.In the video, developer Steven Barile discusses some of the user interface and feature changes he has made.
The NDLR (‘noodler’) is a standalone box that fits between your sequencer and keyboard controllers and your sound modules, and translates what you play into up to four parts: a drone note, bass line, pad notes, and a motif sequence.
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Great update. Lots of good UI ideas to get the most out of a minimal set of controls/pixels.