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SnakeBud - AUv3 MIDI Sequencer

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SnakeBud is a 16-step AUv3 MIDI Sequencer with a 4x4 grid. You can set the note, gate, velocity and probability values for each step and you can also toggle them on/off.

It has 56 snake patterns for the sequencing on a 2-dimensional grid which differentiates it from the one directional sequencers. You can get 56 different sequences within the same grid.

SnakeBud has a music theory engine with 40+ scales which can be changed from the settings menu. You can lock the notes in a scale and you can change the scale even when the sequencer is running.

With the randomiser, you can randomise the notes, the snake pattern or all parameters at once. 

You can save the current state in a pattern and create as many patterns as you want by pressing the plus button in the patterns section on the bottom-left side of the screen.

The AUv3 plugin exposes more than 90 Audio Unit parameters. You can control them or even automate them with the supported audio unit host apps such as AUM, Cubase, apeMatrix.

The standalone version of SnakeBud supports Ableton Link.

SnakeBud does not produce sound itself, it's a MIDI app and requires an audio app in order to work. Just route the SnakeBud MIDI output to the audio app's MIDI input and arm the sequencer.


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Spirangle is a delay. It's actually two delays. The first delay is a three-tap delay. The second delay is a feedback delay. The three taps from the first delay are sent through three independent filters. The three filters are SVF filters with plenty of available resonance and drive. The filters can have stereo separation applied to them. The three taps are individually routed, pre-filter, to the feedback delay mix section. The feedback delay mix section also includes an input which is a sum of the three delay taps taken after the filters. The resulting mix is then sent through the feedback delay. The output of the feedback delay then goes into a stereo effect unit that does LFO driven panning, chopping, tremolo, and left-right ping-pong manipulation to the signal. The output of the effect unit is summed with the input signal and sent back into the cycle.

FabFilter Timeless 3

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FabFilter Timeless 3 is a versatile, vintage-sounding tape delay, which will fully satisfy your everyday delay needs. And with its unique effects, filters, tap patterns and unlimited modulation options, you can just as easily turn it into the ultimate sound-mangling machine!

The Timeless 3 app filters the microphone input and plays it back in real-time. To use Timeless 3 as a plug-in, you need an AUv3-compatible host app like Auria, AUM or Cubasis. Timeless 3 will appear in the list of Audio Unit extensions for effect plug-ins in the host app.

Key features:

- Fully redesigned, highly simplified interface, with an easy workflow and new modulation engine
- Dual delay lines (5 ms to 5 sec) with host tempo sync and panning
- Tape delay or time-stretching behavior when changing the delay time
- Feedback, cross-feedback, phase inversion and ping-pong mode
- Up to six analog-style multimode filters with filter panning
- Interactive delay and filter displays simplify operation by enabling direct editing of delay times, feedback, filter frequencies, panning and more
- Create rhythmic patterns using up to 16 delay taps, which can be controlled and modulated individually
- Delay freeze with modulation
- Drive, Lo-Fi, Diffuse, Dynamics and Pitch effects for processing the feedback circuit
- Endless modulation options, with all the 16-step XLFOs, XY controllers/sliders, envelope generators, envelope followers, and MIDI sources you will ever need
- Easy drag-and-drop modulation with 50-slot modulation matrix
- Live modulation visualization for targets and sources
- Curve control in EGs and transient detection in EFs
- Carefully designed and curated factory presets, plus the ability to save your own presets
- Mid/side processing
- External side-chain triggering
- Optional MIDI triggering
- Undo/redo and A/B comparison

"If there's a delay-shaped hole in your plug-in folder, then you should find that Timeless is a perfect fit. Verdict: 10/10"
— Computer Music

"Timeless isn't 'just' a delay plug-in, it's a versatile sound design toolbox built to give any producer a fresh, time/pitch-shifting angle on delay, phasing, chorus, filtering and even reverb."
— Future Music


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Chordjam is an innovative MIDI plugin that builds chords and progression patterns through intuitive user-guided randomization.

Choose from a variety of scale types, Chord types, voicing parameters, rhythms and progressions or have its powerful sequencer conjure up unlimited progression patterns for you, based on any combination of settings, serving up unpredictable but always-musical variations.

Create unique and complex chord structures and infinitely evolving progressions.

Chordjam is the ultimate real-time compositional assistant for iPad.

Designed to feed any Synth, Sampler and anything that accepts MIDI signal both software and hardware.

Featuring MIDI output support over WiFi or MIDI cable.
Chordjam also supports Ableton Link for tight sync between apps on the same network.

Waverley Tables

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Please note: Waverley Tables has been designed as an AUv3 (Audio Unit v3) instrument and does not run as a standalone app. It needs to be used inside an AUv3 compatible host such as Apple’s GarageBand or AUM shown in the screenshots.

What is Waverley Tables?

Waverley Tables is a sample-based instrument, or “ROMPLER”. It is not a synthesiser that allows you to create your own instruments. Instead, the instruments have already been created. You also have some additional sound-shaping options accessible via 10 parameters.

Where did the sounds come from?

The instruments have been created using my favourite wavetable hardware synthesiser with additional processing using its own effects engine. I designed all the patches from scratch, specifically for Waverley Tables.

Is this the same as MU Waverley in moodunits?

Not exactly. Waverley Tables uses similar sampling technology under the hood but has been developed in response to requests and suggestions from moodunits customers. The main difference is really the instruments themselves. Instruments for moodunits are designed to take up as little space and memory as possible and be relatively light on CPU. Waverley Tables has been developed without these constraints as a top priority. While this means Waverley Tables takes up considerably more storage space, it also means that instruments can be more complex, evolving and also more interesting to play.

A big design goal for Waverley Tables was that the playing experience should “feel” and sound more like real instruments when played with a velocity sensitive keyboard and sustain pedal.

What about Waverley XL?

Waverley XL was sampled from virtual analog hardware, whereas Waverley Tables is from a wavetable synthesiser. So while they might have similar sound design aesthetics they do have different characteristics. Waverley Tables could be considered brighter, bolder and more complex so the two might complement one another in the same project.


There are currently 50 different instruments, each with 4 sets of parameter presets giving 200 patches in total. Instruments are categorised as “sustained”, “keyed” or “departures” and this is shown in the central display panel. Sustained instruments will sustain until you release a key, whereas keyed instruments have a natural, more piano-like decay. Departures are no holds barred sound design extravaganzas designed to take you on an atmospheric sonic journey!

There are also a selection of 50 “components” taken from 25 of the main instruments for your own sound design experiments (*)


Waverley Tables has ten parameters that can be used for additional sound-shaping. The AMP envelope and FILTER in particular can be used to significantly change the character of an instrument. If you’re familiar with traditional synthesisers, these parameters should be immediately recognisable.

Technical specifications

• 50 individual high quality multi-sampled instruments designed specifically for Waverley Tables
• 50 additional "components" from the main instruments for sound design experiments (*)
• 16 note polyphony
• Note range C0 - C6 (Apple standard C3 = middle C)
• Velocity-sensitive timbre changes with 30dB dynamic range
• Pitch bend range +/- two semitones (a whole note)
• Modulation wheel is mapped to filter cut-off (note this will override filter envelope and vice versa)

(*) Please note to mix and match components, you need to create multiple instances of Waverley Tables in your AU host. This is described in more detail in the user guide accessible from the main Waverley Tables app.
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