[LAU] harmonySEQ 0.16
jmckernon at gmail.com
Mon Feb 6 17:46:27 UTC 2012
Looks very interesting. Will definitely be giving this a go - I'm always
interested in more interesting ways to sequence things live.
On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 3:56 PM, Rafał Cieślak <rafalcieslak256 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I have released a new version of harmonySEQ.
> For those of you who haven't yet heard about it: long story short it's
> a live loop-based MIDI sequencer, that manages a set of independent
> sequencers - keeping them synchronized - and can be particularly
> helpful at performances, as it reacts on user-defined triggers and
> can, for example, switch the base chord of a whole composition or
> substitute one pattern with another on-the-go, with a single keypress
> (be it a computer keyboard or an external MIDI controller). If you are
> interested in the full list of features, visit
> This release brings some ground-breaking changes. Not only there is a
> fully-featured piano-roll interface, but this version also welcomes a
> full support for complex polyrhythms, and a brand-new type of internal
> sequencers - control sequencers that output MIDI control events and
> allow to easily synchronize synthesizer's parameters with the melody.
> More information on the release can be found at
> I'm pretty sure some of you may find harmonySEQ useful. I hope you'll like
> Rafał Cieślak
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