I think it's a reasonable request. I'll take a look at it when Paul is done with the new song editor.

On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 8:33 AM, William Lahti <xfurious@gmail.com> wrote:
(resent to list as mobile gmail didn't want to CC to the list
automatically... :-( )

On Tuesday, October 27, 2009, JosÚ Sousa wrote:
> Hi everybody!
Hello áJosÚ!

> I think it can be simple but very useful.
> At the playlist, in live mode, Lmms could
> allow a certain number of regions that work like patterns. Simple regions, divided by markers. With this concept you preserve your song like it was made, but play loops of regions of the song. So when in live mode, the software play the region in loops and all you have to to do it┤s select in realtime what region Lmms must play! What do you think?

Sounds like a good start for live lmms features. Basic support for
this could be pretty easy to implement, but more advanced stuff (like
being able to have tracks distinct from the region) would require some
new constructs in the codebase. However the usefulness of having such
flexibility is questionable. I think this is well into Song Editor
territory, which Paul is currently rewriting, so... good timing?

> So the tracks can be muted or "soloed" by another assignable keys. I think that is a simple but intuitive way to play live.

Ooh, nice idea. I would venture a guess that something close to that
can already be done (do we have arbitrary CC->automatable knobs?)

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