Developer John Howes let us know that Strokes – an all-in-one, cross platform sequencing workstation – is now available for iPad.
Strokes allows you to create entire arrangements, with endless variety and complex interactions between devices, either as a standalone application or from within a host such as AUM or Audiobus.
The sequencer features a collection of seven interconnected modules that interact with one another in real time:
- Grids – 4 x channels of euclidean or step (XOX/TR) rhythm generators
- Logic – 4 x channels of algorithmic rhythm generators
- Matrix – 8 x synchronized per step/stroke parameter modulation sequencers
- Weights – 4 x envelope followers
- Shares – 4 x probability processors using markov chain pattern analysis
- Notes – 7 x pitch presets for sequencing chords, melodies and kit changes
- Patterns – 5 x device wide snapshots / presets
Pricing and Availability
Strokes is available now for iPad for $22.99 USD. A desktop version is available for Mac & Windows for £35.
4 thoughts on “Strokes MIDI Sequencing Workstation Now Available For iPad”
i wonder why the ios model cost $30 in sweden?
Same here in the Netherlands.
it s called ,V.A.T. and its as old as the queens ass.
cool app but a bit pricy indeed…
i am not shure its vat, but there is no way to figure it out. i dont want to pay for the vst only to figure out it has the wrong price. and there is no way to contact john hoves ?