Auxy, a free and easy sequencer on iPad
Auxy is a new app for iPad that allows for easy creation of beat, bass line and melody sequences.
Auxy can be used by beginners who want to discover the magic of sequencing or more experienced nomad musicians who quickly want to hear what they have in mind.
Auxy is not based on fully composed loops and samples but it gives you the freedom to create your own rhythms, bass lines and melodies by dragging and dropping notes on a piano-roll type grid. You can move notes and change their length. You can then mix and apply effects to your newly-created sequences/loops, record and export them in WAV format.
Auxy is available for free at the AppStore and we highly recommend it.
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