OK, v0.2 is available - without the "Slice Forward/Backward" feature, but otherwise good to go.
Here is what's new:
- Add support for slicing instrument phrases
- Add emulated pattern navigation while dialog is focused
- Remove "show GUI on auto-start" option (always do this)
- Update cLib/xLib libraries
Download the new release from the tools page.
I've tested phrase slicing against phrases with all sort of LPBs, and it should be able to properly detect/translate all possible combinations.
For example, slicing a phrase that goes LPB9 in a song which is running @ LPB4. In this case, the tool calculates the right amount of delay and applies it to the generated note.
Or breakcore tempo (32LPB) against a regular LPB4 phrase - in this case, the tool will only be able to insert anything on every 8th line. But even then, it's nice enough to instruct you in how to move the cursor to a nearby, compatible line.
Also, since looping in phrases is a relatively straight-forward affair, the tool should fully support this feature.
Hint: if you're chopping up phrases, consider enabling auto-seek on the samples used in the phrase. By doing this, samples will start playing from their relative positions, the very moment the phrase is triggered. Otherwise, you might hear small gaps, etc.