Genome MIDI Sequencer On The iOS Update

Genome MIDI Sequencer is featured on the latest episode of Sweetwater’s iOS Update.

Host Mitch Gallagher demonstrates Genome MIDI Sequencer, working the the iConnectvity iConnectMIDI2+.


  • CoreMIDI, Line6 Mobilizer Mk I & II compatible
  • Network MIDI for sending MIDI to other iOS devices and Macs***
  • Sends and Receives MIDI Clock Sync, Start and Stop events
  • Also sends Note On, Note Off, Pitch Bend, Aftertouch, Channel Pressure and CC’s
  • Pattern Based, pattern changes occur on bar boundaries so song stays in sync
  • On screen keyboard interface
  • Up to 16 simultaneous tracks, unlimited number of patterns
  • Song / live modes
  • Scales
  • Supports background operation for multitasking
  • Record incoming CC’s and Notes
  • Undo / redo for most actions

Genome MIDI Sequencer is available in the App Store for US $12.99.

If you’re using Genome, let us know how you’re using it and what you think of it!

via SweetwaterSound

9 thoughts on “Genome MIDI Sequencer On The iOS Update

  1. I’ve been using Genome for a few months to control a lot of external gear via CCK: it’s great, at least for my instruments and needs. A few missing, simple features would make it so much better though, e.g. follow/unfollow song, compress/expand tracks, rearrange tracks (and patterns within track), change pattern colour…instead last news from the developer described a new version more focused on audio tracks, effects, instruments… basically a different app! Fair play to him anyway.

  2. Damn, the title of this article made me think that Genome had been updated. It’s been awhile I think (definitely before I bought the app 9 months ago)

  3. Oh, I got excited thinking there was an update! Great app, and I would love to see a few updated features some day!

  4. I’ve been using it for a long time and so far I’d say that it’s the best MIDI sequencer available for iOS. It has a whole lot of obvious features missing unfortunately, which is also why I’ve been using it less and less lately. I’ve also been waiting for a long time for an update, which should be coming one day, but nobody know when unfortunately.
    Genome is the closest you can get to Ableton Live on iOS, at least MIDI-wise.
    It would be great if it supported multiple outputs, right now all channels are sent to all available outputs on the enabled interface(s). Also it would be nice to be able to permanently assign a MIDI input to a channel.

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