It took me a while to get my head around your unique arpeggiator. I don't think there's anything else quite like it, so it will be interesting to see how it might produce different results than the typical arpeggiator. One thing that might be helpful though is to invert the graphic representation of the 3 layers. I noticed that Layer 1 is the outside ring, Layer 2 is the middle ring, and Layer 3 is the inner ring. It seems to me that, visually, this would be better represented the other way around. Since Layer 1 represents the lowest octave, it should be at the center of the circle, and each additional layer gets "wrapped" around it.
Aloha, Kyle. Are the layers necessarily in pitch order? I think color coding the layers would be extremely helpful.
Hey both! It's possible to adjust the octave range of each of the three layers, so the ordering of the layers doesn't specifically apply to pitch. We'll consider ways in which we can improve the visualiser to make it a little clearer.