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Breakage is a drum machine with unusual real time programming and performance. Breakage uses neural networks and matrix operations for composition above the note level, unlike traditional step sequencers which edit one note at time.

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  •  01 Dec 2006 18:33

    Release Notes: You can now select the sample browser's root folder. The pattern editor can display circles, squares, or rectangles. A collection of bossa nova patterns is now included. There are now command line options to reset settings to defaults and run in a debug mode.

    •  23 Oct 2006 20:46

      Release Notes: Code optimizations in this release. Breakage now runs significantly faster.

      •  20 Oct 2006 21:22

        Release Notes: This version has a major user interface redesign. You can now change the neural net status (in, out, or bypass) per channel, making Breakage much more flexible. Samples can now be loaded by drag n' dropping from the browser onto the channels. More preferences are saved between sessions. The pattern database can merge several pattern files together. Breakage now generates an average pattern. One known bug: the average pattern isn't always up to date.

        •  04 Oct 2006 15:11

          Release Notes: Breakage can now record your output to a .wav file, and preferences (pattern dimensions etc.) are saved between sessions.

          •  18 Sep 2006 00:02

            Release Notes: This release has a new channel hold feature. When held, a channel's data can't be changed. The sample browser has a scrollbar, the help system's text is clearer and more complete, the left and right arrow keys don't cause a shift if you're in a text box, and channel names are correct on resizing (names were being shown incorrectly when samples weren't loaded).


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