Genome MIDI Sequencer (GMS) 2012 Development Roadmap
30 December 2011:
White Noise Audio Software have provided details of what they have planned for Genome MIDI Sequencer (GMS) in the coming year.
Genome MIDI Sequencer â€“ 2012 Roadmap:
- Revamp Pattern Editor controls, make usability improvements. Additional options and better scrolling for the piano roll. This may include easier ways to toggle the grid, swing, and more editing controls (such as quick ways to modify note length, etc).
- Add file management. Must haves would be the ability to email a file and delete files. Nice to haves would be drop box support and â€˜open in appâ€™ support for midi files.
- Add virtual instrument tracks. A big goal of mine is adding a modular synthesis environment to Genome. This would allow people the flexibility to mix on board synths with external MIDI gear and apps.
- Add more OMAC stuff (such as a mixer that sends MIDI Vol / Pan, and an app quick launch bar)
- The ability to control GMS itself using MIDI, such as triggering patterns via midi
- Sequencer Page â€“ Easier pattern duplication, delete, drag
- and of course bug fixes and stability improvements
They have also invited users to contact them withÂ any suggestions of your own
Genome MIDI Sequencer (GMS) for iPad is a pattern based MIDI sequencer for controlling all your MIDI gear. You can sequence single patterns or an entire 16 track song. GMS is fun, easy and portable. Whether you want to make music from the couch, a hotel room or on stage, GMS is the right tool for the job.
For more information about Genome MIDI Sequencer (GMS) click here.
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