New iOS MIDI Generator, TATAT, Creates Always-Changing Sequences

K-Devices has introduced TATAT, a MIDI streams generator, available as an AUv3 MIDI FX for iOS.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

“TATAT is a (unstable) MIDI notes generator: it’s a creative tool to assist and help producers and musicians to generate new ideas, becoming a great starting point for writing melodies and beats, and a perfect controller for virtual instruments and hardware gears alike.

TATAT is designed to create always-changing sequences, to quickly sketch music ideas, to add unexpected events to fixed patterns.

Notes generation in TATAT is based on a multi-chance concept: user sets up for multiple rhythms, multiple notes, intervals, and other parameters value. Using dedicated multisliders the user can then adjust the chance a note and/or a time resolution are adopted on next trigger, creating complex streams of events. The generated notes are then processed by several operators: Velocity, Less, Delay, and Length.

TATAT produces then a stream of notes based on settings and probabilities: we call these settings “mood”.
Once user got the right mood, he can do different actions:
to enjoy the always changing stream of notes
to enable “thru” to add the generative stream of notes on the top of a fixed MIDI clip/file or live MIDI input
to inject stability by using LIV/MEM horizontal slider, to mix between the live generated stream and a frozen pattern”

Pricing and Availability:

Available now as AUv3 MIDI FX plugin for iOS 10.9 or later:

  • launch price: 2,99 USD / 2,99 EUR (until June 30)
  • regular price: 6,99 USD / 6,99 EUR (after June 30)

2 thoughts on “New iOS MIDI Generator, TATAT, Creates Always-Changing Sequences

  1. I was pleasantly surprised with this plugin. It has very nice functionality and is easy to set up, learn and use. It produces output that is both random and also harmonically pleasing and useful. It’s rapidly become one of my favorite generative music apps and I’ve been using it within AUM with AUv3 instruments and also with my modular setup (via a MIDI>CV converter). Thank you for giving this app some publicity, otherwise I would not have been aware of it.

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