- I know there is Live Loop Control planned in the pipeline and I guess this would sit within the requirements for that feature but I’d be keen to see markers (labelled) in the Media Player. Being able to jump to the marker is great but even the ability to just add/view “Chorus” or “Verse” or “Bridge” label on a marker as the Media File is playing back would be very useful - including the ability to name this marker/label. I understand the play range can be stored but the indicators only show for the current play range (and obviously affect the range of media playing back) - Hope that makes sense.
The reason is I’m using the Media Player for Backing Tracks and use the WAV waveform as a cue for when events are about to happen (yes I know I should be better rehearsed but a visual cue is handy when playing out from a long repetitive section). But it’s not always immediately apparent where the backing is changing from one section to another. Just a nice to have and if looping is to be implemented I think this would be a simple thing to add (regardless of the ability to jump between the markers).
2 . I’d also wonder if its possible to add a delay (either realtime (mm:ss:) or musical (bar:beat)) to a media player. So when the transport is started one (or more) media player could be prevented from starting immediately.
The reason for this is to allow one file to play before another as a way to allow e.g. a short intro track to start before the main track but no break to timing (metronome). Some sets I have we have an intro but not always into the same track. This would mean the intro media player could be loaded in any song and just add a delay e.g. 8 bars to the backing media player, rather than editing the file in a DAW for each track. In my head its simple but I’m likely overthinking and/or missing things. This may be tied in with the transport position bindings but I’m not sure this would introduce a slight gap between switching.
Anyway… Just thought I’d park these here.