Laurent Colson has released version 1.4.1 of StepPolyArp – his Midi Step Polyphonic Arpeggiator for the iPad. The update includes the ability to customize the Step Controller editor. The Modulation, Pan, Volume, Aftertouch and Pitch Bend controller can be replaced with your own. Also, the main arpeggiator parameters can now be controlled by external Midi devices, and patterns changed by Program Change command.
StepPolyArp is a Midi step polyphonic arpeggiator. The arpeggiator does not play any sound itself, it transmits Midi notes to a Mac or a PC to be used in combination with any sequencer, virtual instrument (VSTi, Audio Unit) or Midi synthesizer.
The arpeggiator can transform chords into sequences of notes played one after the other in several ways. A matrix polyphonic step modulate arpeggiated notes in time and pitch. The main controllers (velocity, modulation, panning, volume, aftertouch, and pitch bend) are also programmable through a step editor. The integrated keyboard automatically adapts to the selected musical scale.
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