I have not bothered to scan all of the feature requests in this forum, so I hereby apologize if I duplicate anyone's ideas in what follows. I have been playing with AudioMulch for a few months now, making steady progress, enjoying myself immensely. I am not particularly experienced in computer-music-making, so if anything here sounds naive, that may be why. But here are some ideas for features that I've thought of:
1) More use of color in the GUI, if only showing the Save/Don't Save panel in red so it better catches my eye. That panel sometimes pops up, as it should, but is lost amidst all the other similarly colored panels and I don't even see it until I realize I should be looking for it. I'd rather NOT see the GUI turn into a dazzling kaleidoscope of colors, but one or two used in selected situations could be helpful.
2) In Bassline contraption, it would be fun - for some of us, anyway, I think - if its Randomize button supplied notes that were constrained to a certain pre-selected scale or chord. Perhaps one could pick out notes on a small keyboard a la Appegiator, or select from a list. (Perhaps there is a way of doing this already, which I am unaware of, in which case, do tell.) I sometimes find that the rhythms this 'R' button creates are quite interesting, but it's a pain in the neck to change individual notes to those that 'fit' into a larger setup. I've often wondered what the point of such a totally randomizing function is; any hints? And why not do the same in Drums, too?
3) Again in Bassline, I would find it helpful if there was an easy way to split notes in half, time-wise. So, if I had a sequence of eighth notes, I might push a button and see them turned into a series of paired sixteenth notes, which i could keep tied together to create 8ths, or not. Likewise, it would be handy to be able to insert notes into Bassline sequences, but I can see that that would be way difficult.
Well, I have some more, but I need to post these and move on just now ...