I'd posted this on another forum, but not given any information on it here so far. It's basically a sequencer multiscript built inside Kontakt that lets you easily author and play prefab sequences and patterns by holding a single key (or chords). The sequences are all tempo synced and chord-aware and the script can be used as a Multi, or embedded into single instruments.
Some demo videos of it being used with Symphobia/True Strike. All demos were recorded live and consist of MIDIbits and a lead melody. They're a bit rough as they're literally 2 minutes of work:
Here's a video demonstrating how easy it is to take something like the awesome HollywoodWinds library and create and play back loops and sequences in any key/scale.
I'd imagine this would be pretty handy for people who play live (it's not limited to orchestra - it can play a drum sequences, melody lines, control CC's, etc.). I can also imagine it's good for sketching ideas and quickly mocking up pieces once you've built up a library of sounds and sequences with it. Also, it means your prefab/reusable parts aren't locked into a sequencer's project file and you can quickly load them into anything.
Right now it's close to some kind of release - I'm not sure exactly what I'm doing with it yet. I'll probably be looking to have a few people test it in the near future and provide some feedback. It works as both a Multiscript and a single instrument Script, so (shameless plug) feel free to contact me if you're a library developer and think it might work well in your library - we can arrange something.
Any ideas or thoughts on what could be added to it are welcome!