Koushion Step Sequencer Adds Multi-Layer Sequencing

Koushion-midi-step-sequencerKudzu Creative Group has updated Koushion, its Tenori On style step sequencer for the iPad.

Here’s what’s new in Koushion 3.0:

  • Multiple layer support (exponential flexibility increase!)
  • Dark theme for better lighting in club settings


Key Features:

  • 16 steps per scene (up to 128 steps in chain mode)
  • 8 scenes with independent midi channel per scene
  • 8 scene layers with independent key, quantization, and playback mode
  • 4 playback modes: single, simultaneous, chain, rebound
  • Key switching between any major, minor, or pentatonic scale
  • Adjustable quantization (1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 and 1/32)
  • Quantized scene switching
  • MIDI clock send/receive
  • Tap to set tempo (great for syncing with a live band)
  • Velocity control
  • Monophonic drawing mode (only allows one note per step; great for programming leads)
  • Wireless connectivity via CoreMIDI Network Sessions
  • Automatic integration with other apps via CoreMIDI virtual ports. Open up a synth in the background and Koushion will trigger the notes!
  • Dark theme to reduce eye strain when working in low-light environments

Koushion is available for US $7.99 in the App Store.

If you’ve used Koushion, let us know what you think of it!

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