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Bram Bos: Odessa Sequencer Suite

Developer Bram Bos posted this short preview for Odessa Sequencer, an upcoming AUv3 sequencer plugin that looks similar to the sequencer found in the standalone version of Troublemaker.

Update: The original name "Obsidian" has been changed. Bram commented here that he didn't want this to cause any confusion with the Obsidian synth inside of the upcoming Nano Studio 2.

Video Description:

A sneak preview at my new work in progress: running AUv3 sequencer plugins in iOS 11.

Reader Comments 5

I will buy that. Nice to see an indicator for the running sequence, that’s missing from Troublemaker and Ripplemaker. Hopefully this sequencer will also have more octaves and support for polyphony.
October 17, 2017  | favorite_border Erik
I decided to change the project name to Odessa. The original Obsidian name is also used in the upcoming Nanostudio 2 as an internal synth, and since that's been in the making for a long time I felt they had first dibs.

So, Odessa it is :-D
October 17, 2017  | touch_app brambos
Good thinking, Bram. I've updated the post!
On October 17, 2017 - @brambos said:
I decided to change the project name to Odessa. The original Obsidian name is also used in the upcoming Nanostudio 2 as an internal synth, and since that's been in the making for a long time I felt they had first dibs.

So, Odessa it is :-D

Bram! I'm excited to get this. I'm using Ruismaker FM as my central drum app on a record and the sequencer in that is really fun, intuitive and really inspiring. When did Hammerhead come out? I think I've been using Bram Bos software in music projects for just about 20 years!
October 19, 2017  | person MikeV
Following the videos, it's fairly straightforward to route the Rozeta AUs to other synths in AUM, but does anyone know if the same thing can be done in Cubasis V2.3? Thanks!!
December 01, 2017  | person BDBaker1958
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