While I thought the GOL Sequencer Bank would get the bulk of my attention this Winter, it turns out I’m getting far more requests to update to the Harmonic Table controller. Among them were Midi Input capabilities, buttons lighting up, and some bug fixes here and there. All that completed, I give you Harmonic Table 0.5. Here is the breakdown:
Midi Input – This feature allows you to accept midi note on and off events and display them as key presses on the main screen. I see this as a learning tool that allows a user to easily see the relationships between notes. Note: At this time it is difficult to keep up with a rapid number of midi input messages. If you’re using this as a learning tool, it is recommended that you reduce the tempo of your sequencer so you can see these relationships without missing any notes.
Midi Thru – This is just another aspect of midi input. When this is turned on any messages appearing on the midi input will be mirrored to the midi output you have selected
You can download it here: HarmonicTable 0.5
Lighting up buttons and accepting midi input introduced a few performance related bugs, but nothing that should keep anyone from using the tool. I’ll have this cleaned up in a future release.
The main target in the next release is touch screen support. I’m getting a lot of great info offline from a few people who are interested in testing this for me, so look for that very soon.