re: Fold. Absolutely, it's an Atom feature that lets you collapse / expand bits of code, so that you can really focus on the lines you want to edit. I find it then much easier as well to evaluate a bunch of lines at once (when folded).
As you can see, I've chained several cycles together using cat, and am also trying to fully remember how to combine cat and stack (to chain stacked cycles that is).
I spent some times with JackOSX years ago when I tried Harrison Mixbus, it was a bit of a CPU hog back then. I'm on OSX, but found that using Live (that I've used for years) to host plugins and handle everything audio while using TC to MIDI sequence everything (and to avoid all sorts of potentially unstable audio routings). Might worth a try to experiment with similar set-up with Reaper, Ardour or Bitwig maybe ?
I have yet to figure out if / how I can send one shot MIDI notes / CC from TC to Live, to be mapped to Live's transport and to launch scenes : could be a nice, simple workaround to sync both / change BPMs without much hassle. The same way I've used d8 here to re-trigger a free running M4L LFO every 4 cycles.
I literally have to write down seqPool in my TC sketchbook and investigate that one :)
I genuinely love TidalCycles, what a fantastic tool, a proper game changer for me. And I equally appreciate how sharing knowledge is tied to its DNA, the way we're doing it here or on Lurk, at the exact opposite of any secret sauce bullshit or whatever.
Edited by Nil, 26 February 2019 - 10:18 AM.