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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, Rafa=C5=82 Cie=C5=9Blak wrote:
> Hello everyone,
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Looks very interesting. Will definitely be giving this a go - I'm alway=
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rs,JOn Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 3:56 PM, =
Rafa=C5=82 Cie=C5=9Blak <email@example.com> wrote:
I have released a new version of harmonySEQ.
For those of you who haven't yet heard about it: long story short it=
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 =C2=A0of 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 it!
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