StepPolyArp Updated

StepPolyArp - a real-time MIDI arpeggiator for controlling MIDI instruments and sequencers – has been updated to version 2.

Here’s what’s new in StepPolyArp 2.0:

  • New MIDI engine improving accuracy
  • Automatic chaining patterns
  • Internal sound bank
  • Adding a tap tempo
  • Midi control input can be deactivated
  • Improved undo manager
  • The Midi output can be saved with the preset
  • The speed can be modified from a popover menu
  • A different Midi channel can be assigned to each line pattern and each controller
  • iOS 6 support

StepPolyArp is $11.99 in the App Store.


7 thoughts on “StepPolyArp Updated

  1. Excellent update to an excellent amp. I only wish they’d let me export a midi file when I save my preset. As it is, I can just use a really clean sound and steal the midi from Melodyne, but it’d be nice to have a cleaner solution.

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  2. Yes, I agree with kabletx….I also would like to export to a midi file. Now, with the internal sounds, this app is much more usefull. No need to use it with an external sound engine …now it actually a mobile app.

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    • It depends on what you want to do with it. There is no modulation possibilities as I have seen. The internal sounds might be ok to use to find a good melodi.

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  3. i haven’t used this app yet – but how does it work?

    I’m not sure I get how this fits into people’s setups.

    Is there a demo of the new version of this anywhere?

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    • I understand how step sequencers work – but this is described as a MIDI arpeggiator. I’d assume that means that you play chords on something and it comes out of something else arpeggiated.

      But – do you play the chords on the iPad or on a MIDI keyboard?

      Do the arpeggios control soft synths, hardware synths or both?

      If anybody owns this, can you explain how you’re using it?

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  4. You can play on the iPad or on a keyboard.
    The App will play internal sounds or send midi messages to other Apps, external gear, your computer, VSTs, etc. .

    Check YouTube clips and it will be easier to understand. This is a great little App to jam.

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