Bram Bos – developer of Ripplemaker, Ruismaker and other cool music apps has released its new app: suite of MIDI Audio Unit Extensions:

Rozeta Sequencer Suite

by Bram Bos

  • Rating

  • Premiere

    2017-11-15

  • Genre

    Music

  •   $9.99 QR code
  • Platform

    Universal

  • Version

    1.0.3 ⋅ 3 MB

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Rozeta Sequencer Suite

Rozeta is a suite of MIDI sequencers and controllers that lets you explore a new, freeform approach to sequencing and controlling mobile music apps.

The app contains 7 MIDI Audio Units (a totally new feature in iOS11) in a single package, which can be loaded in compatible MIDI AU hosts (Kymatica AUM is the first host to support it).

1) Rozeta Bassline: a monosequencer based on the popular Troublemaker sequencer. Obviously comes with all the randomization and mutation features. Up to 8 patterns per sequence, with Follow Actions. Transpose using MIDI.

2) Rozeta Rhythm: a euclidean drum sequencer with mutations per instrument and polyrhythms. Comes with configurable key mappings for many popular drum apps.

3) Rozeta X0X: classic TR-styles step sequencer for drum machines. Supports triplets, polyrhythms and mutations per channel. Optionally emulates the exact timing jitter pattern of the legendary TR-808

4) Rozeta LFO: a triple MIDI LFO generator lets you modulate CC parameters of your MIDI instruments. Apply amplitude modulation to each wave for more organic behavior. Optionally syncs to tempo.

5) Rozeta XY: a double XY Controller Pad for generating 4 simultaneous configurable CC controller streams per instance. Also features MOD wheel and PitchBend sliders.

6) Rozeta Arpeggio: adds a MIDI arpeggiator to any of your synths. Offers latch mode, shuffle and automatic tempo synchronization. Turn any incoming MIDI stream into an arpeggio on the fly.

7) Rozeta Particles: MIDI particle generator - generates a cloud of MIDI notes that create pseudo-random patterns when bounding off the walls.

Notes:
- these plugins do not run as a standalone app and require a compatible host to work
- MIDI is not sound. To make sound you'll have to feed the MIDI into a synthesizer or instrument app. Bring your own synths!

Odessa Bassline: a monosequencer based on the popular Troublemaker sequencer. 

  • Transpose using MIDI keys
  • Lots of randomization and mutation features
  • 8 Patterns per sequence, with “Follow Actions”
  • Each Pattern can have up to 64 steps

 

Odessa X0X: classic step sequencer

  • exactly emulates the analog timing jitter of the original 808
  • support for triplets and polyrhythms
  • mutation settings per instrument
  • includes configurable key maps for most popular drum apps

 

Odessa LFO: 3x MIDI LFO generator

  • configurable MIDI CC output
  • optionally syncs to tempo
  • AU plugin, so it lets you run as many LFOs instances as you want

 

Odessa Rhythm: the popular Ruismaker Euclidean sequencer

  • Euclidean polyrhythms offer a ‘different’ way to program beats
  • disable LOOP SYNC for free runing polyrhythm mode
  • lots of mutation and randomization features

 

Odessa XY: configurable XY MIDI Control Pads

  • each instance gives you 2 x XY pads, a MOD wheel and a Pitchbend
  • assign any 4 MIDI CC controllers you want
  • flexible live control over any synth app

 

Odessa Arpeggio: adds an arpeggiator to any synth you own

  • automatic LATCH mode 
  • syncs to tempo
  • configurable accent behavior

 

 

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