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iPadLoops: Senode Quick Start

Dj Puzzle from iPadLoops did a first-impression walkthrough of the new Senode sequencer! This one is a bit quiet, so you'll need to raise your volume to hear him.

Video Description:

Senode graphical midi sequencer first impression, walkthrough and brief preset preview.

*sorry for low mic volume. I was trying out a new interface for my phone and it sounded good in the headphones.**

I spent literally 10 minutes with this app today (forgive me for fumbling about) and thought I'd share what I learned. Hopefully this will give you a quick start. The first thing I wanted to do was write a short loop. You'll see how to get started right away. It's important to adjust the "ticks" for each note to get different timings. There is a lot more to this app and it is quite addictive. I can't wait to spend more time with it.

More info about the app here http://ipadloops.com/senode-graphical...

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Reader Comments 2

Hey thanks for this introduction. The soundtestroom might have missed this one.
This app is a nice surprise, I bought it with no illusion, thinking it will soon finish dust covered deep in my iPad but I found the app brilliant: not so many bugs, straightforward UI, easy to start something with.
So I played all the evening yesterday and tried to connect through MIDI another iPad with Soundprism. It's cool to see that each node can record a chord from soundprism! I added other emitters to my chords sequence and the result was kind of a 'fugue', very nice.

If the dev is reading, I found sound glitches when receiving midi notes (chords) going to the integrated synth. Not a big deal but just to inform.
November 09, 2017  | person_outline Matt
I started watching this video and bought Senode before the video was even half finished. It's really good!

My only issue is how a node decides where to go if there are multiple destinations. It's a little more random than I care. I'm all for random sometimes, just not ALL the time.

I dunno though.... maybe I'm just missing how to control that aspect of the sequencer.
November 10, 2017  | favorite_border Tony

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