“Protostar”: Koushion iPad sequencer, Virus C, MS2000, Supernova, Blofeld

June 8, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized 

First recording with iOS sequencer Koushion. Drone from the Waldorf Blofeld, arps from MS2000BR, Virus C and Supernova II. Plus super-pads and subspace whistles from the Supernova. Recorded live with no overdubs.

Koushion is a flexible step sequencer for your iPad. Like a traditional step sequencer, Koushion lets you program note patterns that are triggered in time with a MIDI clock (either an external source, or a configurable built-in one). But Koushion doesn’t stop at what’s already been accomplished by its hardware predecessors. With 16 layers, each containing 8 scenes of 16 steps (that’s 2048 steps!), Koushion provides plenty of room for you to express your creativity. Each layer has customizable settings such as looping mode, MIDI channel, and musical key.

Koushion doesn’t just work with expensive MIDI hardware, but also integrates with any of the hundreds of CoreMIDI-enabled synthesizer apps. Whether you use it as part of your existing studio setup, on stage, or as a piece of your self-contained iPad studio, you’ll never run out of sounds to explore, thanks to the iPad’s powerful inter-app MIDI system.

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