White Noise Audio has updated Genome MIDI Sequencer, a pattern based MIDI sequencer for iPad.
Genome MIDI Sequencer (GMS) now supports the ability to send MIDI while running in the background, making it possible to edit settings in another app while GMS continues to play. It also enables users to record MIDI notes and CC messages from the interfaces of other applications. The update also brings a number of enhancements, like better CC editing and the ability to open standard MIDI files from other apps and email attachments. It also features a number of bugfixes and other improvements.
“We are excited to see the new ways that musicians will be able to link multiple apps together and do things that have never been done before on the iPad.” said GMS developer, David Wallin.
Tim of iOS music app review site Discchord.com was kind enough to make this tutorial video about running multiple apps together and sequencing them with GMS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4ulk2nHPbA
GMS is available to purchase for $12.99 USD in the Apple App Store.
Note that some MIDI gear or compatible music apps are required to use this app as GMS does not produce any sounds by itself.