Bpatcher needed in Mira
Hello, I don’t know if there is another place to ask for new features, but I cannot use the wonderful Mira technology without the support for BPatcher in my project.
Nesting the Mira.Frame inside them is not enough for me…
Is it planned in a near future ?
Thank you !
I can tell you it’s right at the top of my to-do list, if that’s any comfort. Believe me, I want bpatcher as well. Nesting mira.frame inside them is not enough for me either.
This is good news. Thanks Sam!
I’m glad to hear that Sam, I’ll be patient!
What do you think also of the idea of a free(or cheap) runtime version of Mira for IOS for the user who would get my Standalone version of my actual patch…
Thank, and tell me, what is the banana output sound :) ?
I love you Sam. Xxxx
Just wondering if bpatcher support will be making its way to Mira anytime soon? I could really do with it!
Oh, you know. One of these days. iPhone support is probably next on the docket, but honestly there are so many fish frying all over the place over here that it’s hard to say for sure when anything will be ready.
Hope that’s not too annoying. Again, personally bpatcher would be a big win for me as well.
To be fair your on it like a car bonnet. In your own time pal. Waveform~ would be don too but I keep reading it’s not that valued as an object. Personally I don’t make a single patch that doesn’t use it. Your YouTube videos are massively appreciated too.
Just started looking at Mira as a possible replacement for my current approach (Lemur + OSC communicating with Max). It seems absolutely wonderful based on my initial experiments. Unfortunately, most of my UI items live deep inside bpatchers (often nested) which are often then grouped inside yet more bpatchers.
Mira would have to be able to see various subsets of my top level view.
Is this something that’s coming soon or do I need to stick with Lemur?
I have to say I’m really very impressed with Mira. I did a workaround and just made send/receive connections to the underlying UI controls and just made a new collection of controls and put a mira.frame over them.
Even though Lemur is a very nice tool, if one already uses Max, then Mira is a much more convenient solution.
Another vote for bpatcher! Mira’s handy because it lets you build very custom interface components – and often you want to have those apply to multiple channels. Bpatcher would make it much easier since we could edit a component in one place, rather than for every channel.
I just got Mira and bpatchers were the first thing I noticed that was missing.
another BPatcher ++ please