Developer Anthony Henderson has introduced Spectre Modular MIDI Sequencer – a modular sequencing app for the iPad.
This app is built to emulate the way analog modular synthesizer sequencing systems operate. The modules used in this app are basic building blocks for generating sequences. The sequences can range from simple to complex in a very intuitive fashion.
- 4x 8-step sequencers, 2x clock dividers, 2x sequential switches, 2x logic modules and 2 independent MIDI outputs with optional sample and hold feature.
- Each output jack can be routed to multiple inputs (aka stackable). Sequencers are adjustable from 2 to 8 steps and can be combined for interesting patterns.
- Note, octave, velocity and gate length are available for each step. CV (pitch) and gates (or triggers) can be combined independently to create midi notes.
Here’s a demo of Spectre Modular MIDI Sequencer in action:
Spectre Modular MIDI Sequencer is available now in the App Store.
If you’ve used Spectre, let us know what you think of it!