Spectre, modular MIDI sequencer for iPad
Anthony Henderson, aka Section Fourteen, launched on the AppStore a new modular MIDI sequencer for the iPad called Spectre.
Spectre emulates the behavior of analog modular sequencers/synths and allows for creating complex sequences.
The app features four sequencers, two clock dividers, two sequential switches, two logical modules and two independent MIDI outputs, all connected with virtual cables just like on hardware patches. A Sample & Hold function is also included.
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