SpinTool – loop application synced with jack transport

SpinTool is a loop based software fully controllable with any midi device, synced with Jack transport.

This version derives from original Vampouille’s SuperBoucle, starting from a fork of the original repository.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • ack Transport.
  • Record.
  • Midi input / output.
  • Normalize and revert samples.
  • Negative sample offset, sample offset in beats or frames.
  • Load several formats: WAV, FLAC, AIFF, … (no MP3 currently).
  • Playlist management.
  • Scenes management.
  • Full intuitive MIDI learn interface.
  • Support any MIDI device: generic keyboard, pad, BCF, Akai APC, …
  • Fully controllable by MIDI device or mouse/keyboard.
  • One-shot clips.
  • Light-on all midi device buttons (scenes and transport too).
  • Preferences Window.
  • Start a clip just after recording it.
  • Show clip details when triggered for start/stop.
  • Show clip details when its volume is changed from controller.
  • Preferred grid size, to match your controller’s buttons grid.
  • Choice of clip recording color (amber is default, red available).
  • Open scenes and playlist windows on start up.
  • New grid cells style, showing clip volume.
  • New massive clips edit functions to change clips parameters and column instrument-wise assignment.
  • New Export-all samples function.
  • Mixer for output ports with full MIDI support.
  • Integrated Help/Manual.
  • Force clips play/stop.

Website: github.com/manucontrovento/SpinTool
Support:
Developer: manu controvento
License: NU General Public License v3.0

SpinTool
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