Patchwork is a small sound sequencer that uses parts of recorded sid songs for instruments. It is mostly a proof-of-concept, just to see if this kind of player would work. Though it can be used to make grooves, small remixes or loops.

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I like how you make experimental things. Most respectable. Keep it up!

Duuuuuude!!

this is a totally rad take on a sequencer!  will give it a whirl when i get a chance.

Damn, that's a cool concept! Big thumbs up.

Thanks.  Here's a video of some example tracks with their source material, and the liveplay mode being used.

4mat wrote:

Thanks.  Here's a video of some example tracks with their source material, and the liveplay mode being used.

The GUI is absolutely insane. Specialy the "SMPL" window.

PULSELOOPER wrote:

The GUI is absolutely insane. Specialy the "SMPL" window.

Yes it does look a bit weird, what you're seeing there is what waveforms are playing on each channel: 1/2/3 and then the filter cut-off at the bottom of each vertical strip.  Each step horizontally is a frame of music, kind of like a sample display.  Whatever the vertical line is over is what's playing right now.