2009年12月2日星期三

More Shares

Recently, I really come from being a alternative midi controller freak, to the point of becoming a sequencer freak - I don't really need them, I don't really use them in my production (yet) but I still keep looking for them - keep typing "midi step sequencer" or something similar, in the up right corner of my firefox.

Here are my new shares of newly found software sequencers:

1) Glitch Sequencer
>http://www.glitch-sequencer.com
This is one is a unique sequencer, based on cellular automaton. Rich in features. I have some thoughts to improve this sequencer and I am currently in the progress of a friendly discussion with its author. I am currently most interested in this one.

2) Little-Scale Launchpad Sequencers
>http://little-scale.blogspot.com
I have a Launchpad currently in US, my good old classmate will bring it to me in Jan. The 2 wonderful softwares that little-scale had programmed are great things for ppl with launchpad. The liner sequencer can be useful and the ripple sequencer looks extremely fun - joins real time playing and step time sequencing together. And one more advantage is they're designed for a hardware interface.
This↑, this↓
http://matrixsynth.blogspot.com/2009/12/rainstorm-sequencer-on-novation.html
and this↓
http://www.larsby.com/johan/?p=309
and more... generally shows how a affordable interface with openness and affect the homebrew coding community and create a trend. Mass production is a good thing if made open.

3) Motif/Drums and Bass line/
>http://hervenoury.com/
I don't understand how they work. Some changes made on the interface don't affect the sound and there are a number of presets without sound?

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I've got my nanoloop 1.5. Gave it a little playing yesterday. The design is very simple and logical. The sound is freaking great and functions are useful.

It's my TB-303.

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Tonebytes Bend-Box can be useful:
>http://tonebytes.com/bend-box/

I've downloaded it long ago and simply ignored it - there are too many lame synthedit creations so I gradually lose my interests in trying them out. But a test today surprised me - this vsti sounds nice. It can be useful someday.

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And I'd like to share this database for a nice collection of freeware plugins. Categorized and with discriptions of the website author.
http://lesitedeburnie.free.fr/lalistedeburnie1-en.html

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Today I've found a DS app called tonesynth, it is similar to the tonematrix:
http://lab.andre-michelle.com/tonematrix
But this one has more adjustable parameters. Get it here:
http://ndscomposer.blogspot.com/

Regards,
/M.Q.

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