Koushion is a MIDI Step Sequencer iPad app that allows you to easily program drum patterns, melodies, and more using your existing hardware synthesizers, softsynths, samples, and other electronic music gear. In this video we use Koushion to sequence a variety of Moog analog synths, using Ableton Live. Look for Koushion in the Apple App Store.
Three Moog analog synths sequenced by Koushion. Koushion is a MIDI Step Sequencer iPad app that allows you to easily program drum patterns, melodies and more using your existing hardware synthesizers, softsynths, samples and other electronic music gear. Works great with Ableton Live and other DAWs.
Youtube alias MrRidgebackman has released this video featuring the KORG Radias, his details below:
This is a piece performed on the Korg Radias, using both Step Sequencers and played live. I took one of the presets and played around with the settings and the sounds.
Recorded live into Logic Pro 9 and then added the drums from Logic. Only processing used is Compression, no other effects used.
Hope you enjoy
Music and Video is sole property of ©Andy Barrow 2012
Koushion is a MIDI Step Sequencer iPad app that allows you to easily program drum patterns, melodies and more using your existing hardware synthesizers, softsynths, samples and other electronic music gear. Works great with Ableton Live and other DAWs. Look for Koushion in the iPad app store.
Short teaser of a new step sequencer called Hexter, below are the details.
16 Steps each with Pitch & Velocity, On / Off switches
Active Step LEDs (Dim)
Clock LED (Bright)
TEST step with Scrubbing (While Stopped)
Scrubbing/Nudging while playing and ‘Test’ button triggers step overriding step switch
External MIDI Clock Sync – With Variable Resolution
MIDI Notes output
MIDI Channel Selection
NOTE Features: (Midi only not not on-board oscillator)
Transpose – UP / DOWN & ‘+1′
Chord – Type Selection, momentary or latching
Adjustable Sequence Length, momentary or latching
Reverse Sequence Order
Variable ‘Active Step’ Pattern Shuffler and play toggle
Playhead Step Jitter – 1 to 5 playheads and variable time between them (‘Root note only’)
Variable Delay – independent delayed note repeat at half velocity (Root note only, No chord)
Variable Beat Repeat
Tempo, RUN, STOP LEDs
Internal 9v battery or USB Power
Internal Oscillator and speaker
Not to forget the…….
EUCLIDEAN RHYTHM MODE
Here’s a quick video demonstrating an 8-step sequence using the Analogue Solutions Oberkorn analogue sequencer. Sequence reset is triggered via Gate X out.
Bass provided by the new Telemark-K keyboard while the filter is opened and closed by Oberkorn. Transposition is done via the TM-K (keys).
AS Quantiser also featured between the Oberkorn and TM-K.
Tutorial video showing off the BEAT_SEQ
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Made at ADVANCE HACKATHON 2012 in Cologne using a webcam, Python, OpenCV, OSC, MIDI and Ableton Live.
What you need: a camera, Ableton Live, and some code for analyzing the camera image and translating those events into MIDI messages that Ableton Live can turn into sound. It’s the work of Bonn, Germany-based artist/creative coder superquadratic.
Background info on the video below:
having a play. First Oberkorn is playing a Moog Voyager XL. Then a SCI Pro-1, then lastly Korg Monopoly. Controlling each via CV and Gate (pitch, filter, trigger).
Here are the details:
This is a quick demo of an iPad app ‘step poly arp’. It sends midi via wifi to a DAW running Logic. The sound is generated by Arturia’s Jupiter 8V. The combination isn’t quite stable yet, even with an ‘ad hoc’ connection between the iPad and Mac. I haven’t yet figured why…still, the app looks very promising.