Uzi Note Repeater For Live

Developer Stephan Vankov of TET Music let us know about Uzi – a new Max For Live note repeater that allows you to quickly perform and program complex rhythmic parts.

The device features an XY grid that can be divided into multiple zones, and each zone can be assigned a tempo-synced repeat interval. You can control Uzi’s xy with a mouse, or map it to a MIDI controller. Moving horizontally triggers notes at the corresponding interval, while moving vertically controls velocity for nuanced performance.

You can use Free Rate mode for off-the-grid sample triggering, great for bouncy, glitchy rhythm programming. Note to repeat can be set either manually in the device, or via an external MIDI controller.

Uzi is available for download for US $5 at the TET Music site.

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