IMO this would hugely increase the power of Cubase
Vienna Symphonic Library have introduced something call the “APP sequencer” - nothing to do with apps.
There is a video on their site:
If the link does not work then please hunt the APP Sequencer overview - its well worth it.
We need a ideas library! We get libraries for everything else (ways to save presets) but not actual melodies and harmnies - why?
Its a kind of ideas library but totally integrated into a key editor. Of course it can be used for any harmonies or instruments. It would be absolutely ideal for emulating guitar chords for example (which often have counter intuitive voicings) Its also as editable as anything in the key editor without having to learn anything new.
I just love the way you get a library on the LHS of the key editor.
This is an ENORMOUSLY powerful idea and would integrate fantastically with the full power of Cubase and with note expression and maps. Various transpose options (e.g. invert, transpose to minor) coudl also helps greatly.
Of course Cubase could make this available for any instrument or library, rather than confining it.
Maybe its possible ot provide a MIDI VST with this form of key editor?
With something like this Steinberg could leap over the oppposition and become the sequencer of choice for composers.
Plese integrate somethng like thi into C7.