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Defective Records releases CycliC Step Sequencer v1.5

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Defective Records CycliC

Defective Records has released version 1.5 of CycliC, a step sequencer instrument for Windows and Mac.

At a high level, Cyclic consists of a set of 32 note values (or rests). This sequence of notes is cycled through (hence the name) by up to six “subsequences.” These multiple subsequences, each with different parameters, produce very interesting overall results when summed together.

Although it is easy to understand and use, Cyclic allows for sequences with a much greater degree of variation and liveliness than traditional step sequencers, often with unexpected results, even with small changes in note values and/or subsequence parameters.

Changes in CycliC v1.5

  • VST plugin instrument hosting for up to 3 plugins.
  • Per step Velocity, Gate, CC1 and CC2 control.
  • Override Note, Velocity and/or Gate options per track.
  • Override Velocity to zero, allows for “CC-only” tracks.
  • MIDI CC control of almost all parameters, including easy to use MIDI learn feature.
  • Constrain random value ranges.
  • Ability to constrain random parameter range.
  • Added . key to toggle between Main and Setup.
  • Added P key for Panic.
  • Added LED for MIDI clock.
  • Significantly reduced CPU use, especially on graphics-challenged systems.
  • Active step now highlighted in white, easier to see.
  • Updated Mutable Instruments logo.
  • Added tool tip for presets to remind how to store/recall presets.
  • Fixed Preferences name.
  • Built with Max version 6.1.5 (2117171, 32 bit).

CycliC for Windows and Mac (VST) is available to purchase for $40 USD.

More information: Defective Records / CycliC

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Defective Records updates M-185 sequencer to v1.6

Defective Records Software M185

Defective Records has updated its M-185 software step sequencer for Windows and Mac to version 1.6.

M185 is a MIDI-enabled recreation of RYK’s hardware M185 step sequencer developed with the input of RYK himself. It reproduces almost all of the features of the hardware version, and adds many new ones as well. The hardware M185 was designed to work with Roland’s classic 100M modular analog synth. This software version now opens up the unique capabilities of the sequencer, with its stage-specific gate modes and clock pulse count, to MIDI-enabled hardware and software synths.

Defective Records M-185

Changes in M-185 v1.6

  • Global transpose function.
  • Constrain notes to scale.
  • Additional clock subdivisions.
  • MIDI CC controllers now scaled to cover their full 0-127 range.
  • Inactive stages now a bit lighter, so can edit them via MIDI CC even when inactive, and still see what you’re doing.
  • Demo preferences now isolated from Full Version preferences.
  • On Macintosh, application signed with Apple Developer ID, so compliant with Mac OS Gatekeeper (10.7.x and 10.8.x) setting that allows identified Apple developer applications to be installed.

M-185 for Windows and Mac (VST) is available to purchase for $40 USD.

More information: Defective Records / M-185

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Defective Records M185, software step sequencer

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Defective Records Software M185

Defective Records has released M185, a software step sequencer for Windows and Mac.

M185 is a MIDI-enabled software recreation of the hardware M185 step sequencer, designed by RYK – developed with their input!

M185 features

  • Virtually all major functions from the hardware M185.
  • Multi-stage step sequencer with stage-selectable gate modes.
  • Gate modes include Mute, Single, Multi and Hold.
  • Trill mode available when in Multi mode within a stage.
  • Polyphonic potential when using long Note Length values.
  • Each stage can be from 1 to 8 clock pulses in length.
  • Internal or MIDI clock control.
  • Built-in clock divide capability.
  • MIDI output to any hardware or software synth.
  • VST instrument hosting.
  • 16 preset slots for instant recall of parameters.
  • Presets can be saved to and loaded from disk.

M185 is available to purchase for $35 USD.

More information: Defective Records / M185

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Defective Records Klee 2.0, software step sequencer updated

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Defective Records Klee 2.0

Defective Records has released version 2.0 of Klee, a software step sequencer for Windows and Mac.

Klee is a MIDI-enabled software recreation of the electro-music.com hardware Klee step sequencer – developed with the input of the sequencer’s creators!

New in Klee 2.0

  • VST instrument hosting.
  • Intelligently constrain output notes to scale (using Modal Object Library).
  • Output chord based on active root note – up to 6 notes in chord, plus root note.
  • External pattern load via MIDI or audio input triggers.
  • External MIDI controllers support via MIDI CC messages, with MIDI learn.
  • Group A – Group B output.
  • Convert active LEDs to active switches, for Groups A, B, or A and B.
  • Reverse sequence direction.
  • Built-in clock divide capability, now with additional options.

Klee is available to purchase for PC and Mac, priced at $40 USD.

More information: Defective Records / Klee

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Defective Records releases Klee

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Defective Records Klee

Defective Records has announced the release of Klee, a MIDI-enabled software recreation of the electro-music.com hardware Klee step sequencer.

The Klee is a unique step sequencer, unlike pretty much any other step sequencer available today. The fundamental thing that makes it unique is that you can have more than one “step” active at any one time; so instead of just one LED moving across the steps, you can have more than one. Of course, there’s lots more details – hopefully this documentation will help you understand those details. But one of the great things about the Klee is that you can just experiment too – you don’t need to know all the inner workings to get some great sequences from it!

Like the hardware Klee sequencer, the software Klee does not generate any sound on its own – it only sends control signals to other sound generating synthesizers, that in turn make the sound. The hardware Klee generates control voltages, gates and trigger signals, which are then routed to control voltage-based synths. The software Klee on the other hand, generates MIDI signals, which are then routed to either software or hardware-based MIDI synthesizers.

Includes virtually all major functions from the hardware Klee, and adds many new ones:

  • MIDI output to any hardware or software synths.
  • Internal or MIDI clock control.
  • 10 preset slots for instant recall of parameters.
  • Presets can be saved to and loaded from disk.
  • Built-in clock divide capability.
  • Synchronous load – loading of pattern happens on clock pulses, and not in between.
  • Load on Play feature to allow for loading of pattern each time clock started.
  • MIDI-controllable baseline note.
  • Custom definable note range allows for alternative scales.

Klee is available to purchase for PC and Mac for $40 USD.

Defective Records / Klee

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Defective Records updates Major Malfunction to v2.0

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Defective Records has released version 2.0 of Major Malfunction, a mangle, glitch & fsu effect for Ableton Live.

Major Malfunction v2.0
Major Malfunction v2.0 – Glitch for your Ableton Live

Major Malfunction is an audio plugin (Mac only) that mutates your Ableton Live audio in real time, under your control.

New in v2.0

  • new multi mode, allows for multiple effects per step
  • in multi mode, allows for serial or parallel routing
  • in serial multi mode, can rearrange effects in any order
  • dramatic efficiency improvements compared with previous versions
  • small bug fixes

Major Malfunction costs $25 USD. A demo is available for download (it will beep at you every 20 seconds).

Visit Defective Records for more information and audio demos.

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