Thursday, January 31, 2013

MIDI Pattern Sequencer - Manual - Features

Main features:

  • Classical data structure: Project - Song - Pattern.
  • Four main control modes - Transport, Keyboard, Edit pattern, Edit cell.
  • Pattern tracks can be configured for notes or drum events.
  • Support CC/RPN/NRPN automation controllers for patterns (learn mode available).
  • MIDI presets for Bank/Program change and CC/RPN/NRPN controllers (learn mode).
  • Recording and editing patterns in real time thru internal controls or external devices.
  • Patterns with different length can play together (can set Last step for patterns other than 4/4).
  • Changes pattern events (Transposition, Velocity, Duration, Automation) during playback.
  • Editing individual events or changes all events in track (possibility to make Swing/Shuffle rhythm).
  • Song can contain patterns from current project and patterns from any other projects.
  • Advanced set of editing functions - insert, delete, move, scroll a single event, measure or entire track.
  • Clipboard to copy and paste tracks, measures and events between patterns and songs.
  • Playback in background to real time tweak parameters in other running applications.
  • Export complete song or individual patterns to MIDI files (include automation).
  • Upload and download complete project files to copy on another iPad or backup.
  • Access to files through iTunes or any Web browser in local WiFi network.
  • Set of different color schemes of interface.

MIDI features:

  • Full support of MIDI specification and very accurate timing.
  • Support of all external MIDI interfaces based on CoreMIDI (like iRig, MIDI Mobilizer II, StudioConnect, iConnectMIDI, IO dock, Camera Connection Kit).
  • Each track can be configured for output to any MIDI channel (or more than one channel) and different devices.
  • Creating virtual MIDI port for connect to internal iPad applications (like PPG Wave, SampleTank, iELECTRIBE and many others).
  • Synchronization with external device that send MIDI clock.
  • Send own MIDI clock to external devices and applications as master device.
  • Send transport commands Start/Stop/Continue to (and from) external devices.


    • Internal metronome on standard audio output.
    • Metronome can start at recording only or at playback and recording.
    • Metronome can start immediately or within one or two measures before.

    MIDI Console:

    • MIDI console displays all input MIDI messages in convenient form.
    • Activity indicator shows channels of incoming MIDI messages.
    • Displays external BPM value and status of synchronization.

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