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Re: midi looper


> * easy algorithmic processing on the looping data (e.g.
>   a simple fractal algorithm on a small phrase produces
>   lots of complexity)
> * Forcing tonality on the notes, adjusting them to a particular scale
> * Forcing atonality (adding slight randomness to pitches)
> * Filter half the notes out, making it less dense and
>   new rhythms emerge
> * Convert some of the notes into chords

Not a looper as such, but SSEYO's KoanPro software can do all that to 
an incoming midi source. Sadly SSEYO seem to be more interested, 
nowadays, in developing ring-tones for mobile phones than developing 
the wondrous KoanPro. 


  Ian Petersen