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The B-Step Sequencer in v2 and multiplatform

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Monoplugs has released version 2 of its B-Step Sequencer bass/chord sequencer plug-in and app.

B-Step Sequencer 2 is universal, with standalone, VST and AU plug-in formats for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux, as well as iOS, Android and Raspberry apps.

This new version includes a new advanced Shuffle mode that allows you to add changes to each second 16th, 8th and 4th note. You can alter the time, velocity and duration of notes in the shuffle grid.

B-Step Sequencer 2 also adds step repeat features (Sequencer Ratcheting) that will serve for creating rolls, arpeggios and more.

 

The update also brings options to change the patterns thanks to a non linear playback function and  random addition of notes in chords from the defined scale. Monoplugs adds that the app is polyphonic, and you can control up to 4 synths independently with one instance of B-Step.

The B-Step Sequencer 2 is available for 39.99€, and you can download demo versions from b-step.monoplugs.com.

 

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