asked Sep 25 '14 at 16:29 by goddamnmaddog (356)


Because often there are too many or too less slices, it would be very nice if there is a SLICING THRESHOLD!

this isreally necessary to avoid much work with long loops to delete many onsets manually!

As the slice uses onsets to cut up the audio sample it would make more sense to implement some controls to how onsets are calculated and set in the first place. Meaning that you control onsets, by for instance setting a threshold, the stage before slicing. This would give you better control and allow you to work with it non-destructively.

  — (Sep 26 '14 at 14:50) fredrik

That would be very useful........ I spend most of my time working with sliced audio, so this will save me a lot of time. For the moment, is there no other way of getting rid of 'blue' onsets prior to slicing, other than manually?

  — (Oct 26 '14 at 13:09) johnfkmusic

Any news regarding this? For me, this is absolutely necessary. I always import large samples with a lot of stuff going on, and the onsets are just too plentiful and it's too time consuming having to delete all the unnecessary onsets....

Fredrik - any news?


answered Dec 30 '15 at 01:25 by boerup (146)

yes ok make more sense


answered Sep 26 '14 at 21:56 by goddamnmaddog (356)

This feature has been added to the wishlist, thanks for your input! :)

  — (Sep 29 '14 at 14:26) fredrik

we need it


answered Dec 30 '15 at 13:44 by MxxKss (11)

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