Share your favourite Noatikl tips and tricks
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Although it's been around for years, I've only just come across Masashi Wada's brilliant free app MidiTrail, which turns out to be a fantastic way to see what Noatikl is generating in real time, by displaying MIDI channels as a 3D-rotatable stack of keyboards from which the notes are streaming out into space. The iOS version is particularly nice; it doesn't support split screen, but you can have Noatikl in Slide Over and view MidiTrail's display behind it. It's a great companion tool for monitoring the effects of rule tweaks, showing exactly what those notes are and where they're coming from.