Helium AUv3 MIDI Sequencer was updated with the ability to add your own custom layouts. This includes a whole bunch of new file types that can be imported, or even dragged and dropped in the Files app.
What's new in Helium AUv3 MIDI Sequencer v1.16:v1.16
Added the ability to size the controller lane by dragging the ruler when activated. (TAP and HOLD Controller to enable additional ruler)
Fixed an issue that caused the display to not properly update with the current custom grid when loading from a session.
Added an experimental auto-save feature. (TAP and HOLD menu and enable from system toolbar).
Other minor bug fixes.
Added the ability to design custom layouts.
Moved some of the main menu items into a Settings submenu.
Fixed an issue with snap to grid in 3/4 time signature.
You can drag and drop from the custom layouts window to the Files App for backup purposes.
You can now import .layout .mid, and .helium files from the iOS Share Sheet.
This version has a new curve tool which is only available when editing controllers (not notes and velocities). Unlike other tools additional options are available while dragging a curve by tapping on the 'Curve' icon during the drag process.
You can now TAP 'Select' (when active) to quickly toggle the state of all notes or controllers (alternative to long press).
Added a General MIDI and DigiStix drum maps. TAP and HOLD on the Grid button.
Modified the randomize function to include new modes for randomizing velocity and probability for selected notes.
Added the ability to record directly from the piano roll / GM Drum / DigiStix layouts.
Added an experimental swing function (TAP and HOLD Tempo).
In step recording mode you can now press PLAY to insert a rest.
Added Complexity and Probability options to the randomize dialog.
Generating new randomized sequences no longer causes stuck notes.
The selection tool allows you to move a group of notes snapping the root note only to the grid.