qwertySeq(), the Chrome extension MIDI Sequencer, has been updated to 1.0.
qwertySeq() runs in the Chrome web browser, and turns your browser into an 8-bank, 8-track, 16-step MIDI sequencer. qwertySeq() can be used for sequencing external hardware and recording return audio for Mac and Windows.
“This majorly free holiday update includes the ability to save and load projects and the ability to record and save return audio,” notes developer Matt Dowdney. “The recordings can be enjoyed on their own or loaded into your favorite tracker, hardware sampler, traditional DAW or audio environment.”
It’s a free download from the Chrome Web Store.