Generative Music with Triggers and DAW Integration

I’ve posted a couple of new videos:

First, an example of using a Generator module to randomly control a Switcher module and the new Trigger input on the Sequencer to generate a kind of pseudo random melody. Of course you could do the same with a switcher with more outputs to add more variety…

Last, a video showing how you can integrate MIDI FX into your DAW workflow (in this case using Logic Pro) by taking advantage of the IAC Driver on the mac, which lets apps send MIDI data to each other. On the iPad you can also connect to Logic Pro on a Mac by using the Network Driver much in the same way

New Release 1.1.0 – New Features for the Sequencer and Arpeggiator modules

I’ve just released a new version of the app. It includes a few fixes and some new features for both the Sequencer and Arpeggiator modules

– You can now select steps while playing both on the Sequencer and Arpeggiator modules, so you can edit steps on the fly while playing

– Added views for all step parameters on the Sequencer. Switch between: Note, Velocity, Length, Probability, PC, CC and Transport commands

– Add/Remove/Edit notes/commands on the fly while playing the Sequencer

– The Arpeggiator supports empty steps now (select the X between the -1 and 0 values), also you can long press on a step to mute it (on all patterns)

– The Arpeggiator now has a note length parameter (on the settings screen)


– The probability parameter on the sequencer wasn’t working

– Fixed some problems with long presses on different modules