Audiomulch has been my live and studio workhorse for years, and there are recurrently three things I constantly wish I had. they are:
1. The ability to control the arpeggiator from a MIDI device - i.e. a keyboard. If I was able to key in notes from an external device it would mean I wouldn't need to rely on mouse clicks or presets, making it an even better improv tool.
2. Hold-and-drag for SouthPole/Bassline/Arpeggiator step sequencer. It drives me nuts having to deselect every note value for these contraptions individually. If I could just hold my mouse button down and drag across the step sequencer to deselect them all, it would make working live a lot faster.
3. Data entry for Drums contraption via MIDI i.e. being able to "key in" drum notes via a drum controller or keyboard. If I could record enable a track on the contraption and then record a few notes for a loop it would, again, make improv a much more painless process. At the moment I do most live drum improv on external hardware.
Thanks for reading Ross - let me know what you think. Really excited about seeing what's in 2.1!