fas1piano wrote:i agree, the pattern sequencer is excellent. i also like the simple/electronic orientated sampler functions BUT it is excellent for sequencing drum libraries, too.
so i hope one day we can send midi CC from step sequencers to open and close the hihats within a pattern!
and: allow velocity and realtime controllers (poly aftertouch, modwheel) to control more stuff internally!
bpm gets more excitement at the moment because it is the more recent program, but guru has some very cool groove functions and other things.
sandblast wrote:Next months Computer Music, due out end of july, is to feature a free "exclusive CM" version of Guru on its disc.
Does that make it more or less likely that we are getting very close now to the release of Guru v.2..?
Should i buy Toontrack Beatstation, basically a software version of a standalone drumbox with nothing anywhere near the mangling power of Guru, or simply hang on a bit...( guess i've answered my own query there)
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