Monoplugs has announced that B-Step 2, an update to its MIDI sequencer for iPad, Linux, Mac & Windows, will be available Oct 24.
Here’s a sneak preview:
B-Step 2 is a step sequencer tailored to live use and improvisation. It can be controlled a variety of ways – using a mouse, a MIDI controller, touchscreen control or using one or two Novation Launchpads.
B-Step is priced at 19,99€. See the Monoplugs site for details.
11 thoughts on “B-Step 2 Sequencer For iPad, Linux, Mac & Windows (Sneak Preview)”
The big news here is someone is finally doing android music apps.
yeah really the only solid app on android is caustic (which is actually really nice)
Sunvox is also fantastic
how about nanoloop
that app is a masterpiece
Killer sequencer with good old classic JUCE knobs
Been waiting for this one for a while, this could be the first step-sequencer to actually do it right and not have a tiny minuscule interface (Thesys is AWESOME but very hard to use).
It reminds me a lot of the midi part of Elektron’s Octatrack although I am certain there are differences the feature set is strikingly similar!
I dunno, trying to visualize that matrix of knobs in the middle on my iPad does feel a little crammed…
* oops… I meant do it right on iOS – obviously there are plenty of top rate sequencers out there in other formats!!
What i don’t get is… Why overdub music on top of this video instead of actually let us hear it working in real time?
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