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midiFILTr-PG Probability Gate MIDI Effect by Arthur Kerns

Arthur Kerns released midiFILTr-PG Probability Gate MIDI Effect. Unlike his previous midiFILTr apps, which were designed specifically for Volca interactions, midiFILTr-PG is a general purpose MIDI Effect for Audiobus 3 and CoreMIDI. The app will mute incoming MIDI signals based on probabilities.

midiFILTr-PG Probability Gate MIDI Effect iTunes Description:

midiFILTr-PG is a Probability Gate MIDI effect designed for Audiobus 3 but also usable with CoreMIDI. midiFILTr-PG listens to MIDI input and based on random chance mutes some of the incoming notes to make a busy, repetitive stream of notes a little more interesting and sparser. It has four modes:
Gate Mode - One set percentage to be muted for all notes. Also includes Gate On Repeats (when a note passes through unmuted, also pass through X more notes after) and Gate Off Repeats (when a note does not pass through the gate, also mute the next X notes) to make things a little more interesting.
Note Mode - Each note in the scale (C, C#, D etc) has its own percentage chance to mute incoming notes.
Sequencer Mode - Every eight notes has a different percentage chance to be muted. Can also change the sequence length to be less than eight.
Thru Mode - Nothing is muted, normally not used but there if you need it.
If midiFILTr-PG is inserted as an Audiobus 3 MIDI effect it should be setup and work automatically. If you wish to use it without Audiobus you can toggle the CoreMIDI input and output and use it that way.
April 21, 2017  | person_outline Tim Webb
Disappointingly you can only use a single instance of this in AB3 I was expecting/hoping that it would be like the Midiflow apps where you can put them in lots of places.
April 22, 2017  | person_outline Bianca

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