Brainwave Sequencer Updated – Here’s What’s New

Brainwave Sequencer for the iPad

Developer Alexandre Jean Claude sent us word of an update to Brainwave Sequencer (App Store link).

Brainwave is a clip based MIDI sequencer for the iPad that lets you edit and arrange MIDI clips and control up to 16 instruments.

Here is what’s new in Brainwave Sequencer 1.2:

  • Support for IOS5
  • Support for background
  • Added “Also send by email”
  • Added the ability to “Open using Brainwave” from other applications
  • Added ability to open attachment when Brainwave is in the background
  • Added control for Audio Latency
  • Added setting note length using music notation standard
  • Changed the behaviour of instrument/clip swap to move
  • Now disables the screensaver
  • Added more accuracy to the gestures, not accidentally entering events while pinching/panning
  • Better memory management
  • Smoother orientation
  • Cosmetic Changes
    • Selection of events no longer use white outline, but plain white
  • Bug fixes:
    • Fixed some trivial UI issues
    • Fixed refresh of start and end range play in song and part view
    • Fixed chopped notes when looping a part
    • Fixed “ghost selection” bug when changing parts in the arrangement view

Brainwave Sequencer 1.2 is available now for $19.99.

If you’ve used Brainwave Sequencer, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!

4 thoughts on “Brainwave Sequencer Updated – Here’s What’s New

  1. And the only support site is a Facebook page?!
    I’m interested in this app, but not enough to spend $20 without knowing any of the details…

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