Developer Jouni Erola has release a new iPad app, Sequle, designed for MIDI sequencing, based on musical scales.
Erola says that Sequle is designed to be ‘a great tool for all kind of irregular and regular sequencing’, adding that it lets you work with sequences in ways similar to what’s possible with modular synth step sequencing & math modules.
- Ssix tracks with note lengths, velocities and transpose.
- Tracks can have individual pattern lengths and speeds.
- Song mode
- Minor and major scale and global transpose.
- It can be clocked either internally or from MIDI clock.
- Use note length and velocity to create rhytmical melodies.
- Vary pattern length to create polyrythmic sequences.
- Works with Camera Connection kit and most USB->MIDI converters.
- Free to download and try (In-App purchase to unlock the full version)
Pricing and Availability
Sequle is available now free download to try (limited playing time). An In-App purchase unlocks the full version.