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ArpBud

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iTunes Description:

ArpBud has two main sequencers: the interval sequencer and the pitch sequencer, with unlimited number of steps for both. You can design your arpeggios by interval values in interval sequencer. And you can drive your arpeggios with a pitch sequencer by applying the pitch to each interval value of the interval sequence. Every step of pitch sequencer has its own interval sequencer. So, you are free to work on a single arpeggio as well as multiple arpeggios.

You can set the pitch bend, modulation and portamento MIDI control change values for interval sequencer steps. Also, you can set the rate, volume and loop count for each pitch sequencer step. You can copy/paste steps in between. And you can load other sequencers you have in your other projects.

You can set the layout of your projects and set the behavior of the knobs, or touch control gestures from the settings menu. It works for every screen sizes of iPhones and iPads. If you have an iPad user, you can take advantage of the split view feature and place both ArpBud and your audio MIDI app in one screen for working on them at the same time.

You can drive your favorite audio MIDI apps on your iOS or Mac/PC, like Garageband, Ableton Live, FMPlayer, Model 15 etc. ArpBud also supports Audiobus MIDI, IAA and Ableton Link for fitting into your current workflow. When you are not sequencing, if you have enabled any MIDI input (Audiobus MIDI app, connected hardware or other MIDI sending apps) for ArpBud, it will sequence the currently active interval sequencer for the playing MIDI input data.

Also, ArpBud also offers its core-components open sourced on GitHub. Feel free to fork them, send a pull request to make it better, open an issue to share your ideas or give them a star if you like them.
MusicTheory: https://github.com/cemolcay/MusicTheory
MIDIEventKit: https://github.com/cemolcay/MIDIEventKit
LiveKnob: https://github.com/cemolcay/LiveKnob

ArpBud's MIDI layer powered by free and open-source AudioKit.
https://audiokitpro.com

StepPolyArp Unit

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"StepPolyArp Unit" is a real-time polyphonic and polyrhythmic MIDI step arpeggiator and step sequencer. It can be used as a standalone application or an Audio Unit MIDI effect plug-in.

The application and the plug-in can operate as a step arpeggiator by automatically generating melodic patterns from played notes or chords, or as a step sequencer that doesn't require MIDI input to play.

Unlimited presets can be saved on a local device and synchronized to iCloud. Each preset contains 16 patterns, 5 customizable polyrhythmic step controllers, and a 32 steps event matrix with 11 polyphonic and polyrhythmic lines driving the arpeggiator engine.

The application supports full internal and external MIDI connections for input and output, Audiobus MIDI sender, MIDI filter routing, Ableton Link sync, and MIDI clock source sync. An internal sound bank is included.

The Audio Unit MIDI effect plug-in supports multiple instances. A compatible host is required to run the plug-in. The host needs to support the Audio Unit MIDI effect format.

Features:

• Standalone application and Audio Unit MIDI effect plug-in
• Arpeggiator and step sequencer mode
• 1 to 32 steps programmable matrix
• 11 configurable transposition lines
• Polyrhythmic lines
• 16 patterns by preset
• Automatic chaining patterns
• 8 octaves resizable keyboard
• Multitasking
• Sample-accurate timing
• Internal sound bank
• Tap tempo
• Receiving MIDI from external MIDI sources
• Receiving external MIDI sync (MIDI clock)
• Ableton Link support
• Internal routing of inputs, outputs, and MIDI sync
• Send MIDI to a virtual port that can be used as MIDI input by other "Core MIDI" compatible applications
• Default velocity, modulation, pan, volume, aftertouch, and pitch bend steps controller
• Customizable steps controller MIDI setup
• Arpeggiator and sequencer conform to the selected scale
• 6 arpeggiator modes
• 1 random mode
• 1 chord mode
• Random patterns creation
• Presets manager
• "Program Change" support
• Native iCloud support
• "Files" application support
• Full support of "Split View" and "Slide Over"
• 128 Undo / Redo levels
• Copy and paste
• Lockable keyboard (latch mode)

Compatible hosts supporting Audio Unit MIDI effect:

• Cubasis
• AUM
• apeMatrix

Supported MIDI connections:

• Virtual "Core MIDI" connections between applications
• iOS compatible MIDI interface
• MIDI over Wifi
• MIDI over Bluetooth
• Ableton Link (sync and transport)
• Audiobus (MIDI, transport, state saving)

Requirements:

An iPad or iPhone with iOS 11 or later

Documentation:

http://dev.laurentcolson.com/medias/StepPolyArp/en/StepPolyArp-Unit.pdf

apeMatrix

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apeMatrix is a unique AU/IAA routing tool that gives you total control over what you want to do and how you want to do it.

Holding true to the standard of apeSoft, apeMatrix continues to push the limits of possibilities in music creation. Automating almost every aspect of linked control, apeMatrix brings all your creation tools together and links them both in MIDI and audio. Letting you inject all your favorite FX both AU and IAA in a very easy and intuitive way. apeMatrix can also assign its Control Manager MIDI, Accelerometer, Scrub and LFO’s to modulate every built-in parameter and any parameter available inside the AUv3 (Audio Unit Plugins).

apeMatrix offers 10 slots on each of the three Matrix grids with 2 bus slots on each grid that make it possible to interconnect all 3 Matrix. The MIDI Patchbay also offers endless possibilities for MIDI routing and control in a similar grid design for both internal and external MIDI control. So you can send and receive MIDI and have ultimate control over where its routed.

Each Audio Connection on the grid has its own gain control. Just tap on the node and drag will give you the full range of volume control. Or use Mixer to controls the RAU output and automate them using apeSoft’s unique Control Manager MIDI, Accelerometer, Scrub and LFO’s to modulate every built-in parameter and any parameter available inside the AUv3 (Audio Unit Plugins).

Turn each slot on or off by a control switch on the Matrix or MIDI control. Control output, pan, mute and solo of each slot and Master output of each Matrix with the built in mixer control or MIDI control.

Route your sounds through all a series of FX or route multiple sounds through the very some FX. The possibilities are as endless as your creativity.


Features include:
3 Matrix Audio
3 MIDI Matrix
10 Open Slots per Matrix (hosts up to 30 plugins)
2 Audio Bus Slots per Matrix
2 MIDI Bus Slots per Matrix
MIDI Monitor
MIDI Scale Filtering, Transpose etc…
Control Manager (MIDI, Accelerometer, LFO, Scrub) for all Built-In Parameters
Control Manager (MIDI, Accelerometer, LFO, Scrub) for all AUv3 (Audio Unit Plugins)
Presets Manager and Morphing Pad
Save Custom AUv3 Presets
Session Saving/Load
Save/Load View’s Frame in Presets
Transport to sends host sync to Audio Unit plugins and IAA
Integrated and configurable MIDI keyboard with scales
Connections output and panning controls
Post Dynamic Processor
Audiobus and Inter-Audio App (Sender and Fx)
Audiobus state saving
Ableton Link
Precise MIDI Clock In/Out
AudioShare Compatible
AudioCopy Compatible
MIDI Manager: Virtual Midi and Network, 14 bit NRPN controllers
File Manager, sharing common audio files via iTunes, Dropbox and AudioCopy etc…
Variable Sampling Rate (up to 96 kHz)
Variable Buffering Size
Variable UI Color Schemes
etc…

MIDI Bagpipes Pro

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“MIDI Bagpipes Pro” is five realistic sounding sets of per-note sampled bagpipes that may be played using standard Scottish piping fingerings on-screen or using a hardware MIDI chanter such as the Fagerstrom Technopipes. The app also may be used as a CoreMIDI sound module.

The app includes the following five sets of Bagpipes:

Great Highland Scottish Bagpipes - The most popular Scottish marching pipes, in the traditional key of Bb.

Scottish Border Pipes - A Scottish smallpipe in the key of A with a sound distinctly different from but similar to the Highland pipes.

Scottish Smallpipes - A Scottish smallpipe in the key of A, one octave lower than the Border Pipes, and has a rounder, bubbly sound.

Irish Uilleann Pipes - A set of bellows driven Irish bagpipes in D. This instrument has a full two octave range when played with a MIDI chanter.

Swedish Säckpipa - A set of Swedish bagpipes in E with a lovely haunting sound.

The instruments may be transposed up to +/- one octave in semitone increments as well as tuned up to +/- 50 cents

IMPORTANT: Since this app requires as many as 8 fingers on the screen at the same time if playing manually by touching the screen, before playing, you must disable "Multitasking Gestures" on your iPad (in the Settings app, under the General section, turn the Multitasking Gestures switch to the off position).

Start/stop the drones playing by touching the drone puck. Select standard or alternate drone note from the controls.

Use the Transpose slider to set the overall instrument transposition in semitones. Touch the transpose value to the left of the slider to reset the transposition to zero.

Use the Tuning slider to set the overall instrument tuning offset in cents. Touch the tuning value to the left of the slider to reset the tuning offset to zero.

Use the Volume controls to set the balance between the chanter and the drones.

Use the Reverb controls to change the reverb type as well as the drone and chanter reverb level.

Use the Drone Channel slider to set the MIDI channel for the drones.

Use the Chanter Channel slider to set the MIDI channel for the chanter notes.

Use the Chanter Lowest MIDI Note slider to set the MIDI note for the bottom note of the chanter. Range is from 55 to 79.

MIDI default parameter values are based on the Fagerstrom Scottish Technopipes:

Drone Channel: 15
Chanter Channel: 1
Chanter Lowest MIDI Note: 67

The drones will start upon receiving any MIDI Note-On event with the note number less than 80 on the drone channel. A MIDI Note-Off event with the same note number that started the drones on the drone channel will stop the drones.

You may enable Chromatic to GHB scale mapping using the Chromatic Map control.

When the Chromatic Map is set to "Off", the app passes the notes directly through with no remapping for chanters that do the GHB fingering mapping in the device.

"GHB-G" is for chromatic chanters where the bottom note is assumed to be the leading G tone.

"GHB-A" is for chromatic chanters where there is no leading tone and the bottom note is the A tone.

If the instrument is set to Uilleann and Chromatic Map GHB-A is enabled, the range will the same as the GHB, i.e. one octave plus the bottom G.

Once set, the MIDI parameters are saved when exiting the app.

To play the chanter manually, touch the bar at the top left with your left thumb. This bar is the hole normally on the back of a real chanter and must be covered for the lower notes to play.

Next, touch the top three holes of the chanter starting with the tips of your left index, middle, and ring fingers.

Finally, touch the bottom four holes of the chanter with the tips of your right index, middle, ring, and little fingers.

Touch the "i" to show/hide the audio and MIDI controls.

Touch the "?" for help.

The Scottish bagpipes samples are supplied by ePipes.co.uk from their "Studio Piper" VST. Säckpipa samples were recorded from an instrument provided by Jonathan Parker.

HarmoGnome

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Harmognome is a metronome for chord progressions. Using a neural-network parametrization of the harmonic system itself, it allows for an efficient, flexible, and practical format for exploring any tonal music.

You should use this application if:

- you play scales to warm up
- you want to improvise over chords
- you want to become functionally aware of intonation

Its binary encoding of harmonic language will allow for sharing of sequences, harmonic MIDI control, and dynamic music.

And of course, you can just enjoy it with your own ears, fingers, and the instrument in your hands.
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