bongotrigger is an audio and midi clip launcher. It may be placed on any audio track, and clips will be triggered by incoming audio with very low latency.
The device consists of two independant triggers controlled by a gate input with threshold and hold. Two clip modes are available for both triggers. The “oneclip” mode will trigger playing points inside a clip by moving the start position, and the multiclip mode will launch several clips.
For each trigger you also have to choose between two launching modes : “Random” or “list”.
In multiclip mode, you have to specify the track, the first clip you want to be launched and the number of clips. In oneclip mode, choose the track, the clip, and the number of beats you want the start position to move inside.
Triggering can be direct or delayed, or both. The decide box allows a random choice of playing the clip or not. The wait box forces the trigger to wait until no clip is playing in the selected track to trigger again.
The side chain stop can stop all the clips in the selected track with audio coming from any track you choose, with threshold and hold for the stop trigger.
2.0 is a beta version, it works and I use it on stage, but there are still a few problems, especially with the oneclip mode startposition and the sidestop incoming level. It will be solved soon.
Article source: http://www.maxforlive.com/library/device/1235/bongotrigger