The B-Step Sequencer in standalone format
Monoplugs released the standalone versions of its bass/chord sequencer for Mac, Windows and Linux.
Version 1.2 of B-Step adds standalone versions for the three platforms. You can sync the software with your DAW or hardware MIDI clock.
The update also adds the main new features:
- Added a Clock Thru option in the standalone version
- Import/Export projects, chord presets and MIDI maps
- Added project and chord presets
- Ability to mute bars in the sequencer
- Added a Panic button to the sequencer
- Improved GUI
- Default MIDI channel is now 1
- Various fixes and improvements
The v1.2 update is free for users of B-Step v1 who can download it from b-step.monoplugs.com.
Monoplugs announces that VST3 and AU plug-ins for Mac and PC should also be soon available.
Here is the new GUI of the sequencer:
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