AZ Audio releases PolyGrid

AZ Audio PolyGrid

AZ Audio has released PolyGrid, a free MIDI editor and pattern sequencer for Windows PC.

PolyGrid features

  • 64 patterns, variable pattern length (in beats count).
  • User-defined grid frequency.
  • User-defined editor snapping value.
  • Midi recording with optional input event quantizer.
  • Midi channel and status input filter.
  • Most of the real time midi events handled (not poly AT).
  • Various playback modes (loop, sequential, triggers).
  • Pattern import/export (not midifile).
  • Undo/redo history, action repeater.
  • Editable midi event list.
  • Solo CC output, making midi learning easyer.
  • Notes operations: constrain to scale, chords, quantizing, transform.
  • Events operations: smooth, quantize, transform.
  • 48 ticks per beat.
  • Each pattern owns its settings (grid frequency, quantizer value, midi filter, etc).
  • Resizable user interface.

Polygrid is available as a freeware VST instrument for Windows PC.

More information: AZ Audio (website no longer available) / PolyGrid (website no longer available)

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This will be interesting.

Whoever AZ Audio is, their Sample Tagger deserves a mention as well. The GUI is basic but as a file directory tool for previewing and tagging samples / audio files it’s fast and useful. Lots of potential here.

I’d love to donate to this project / offer feedback but couldn’t find any contact details.

Francisco C
Francisco C

This man is just too generous. I’m getting mad at myself because I have Super MIDI Scripter lying around not being used, and I remember that Azertopia used to sell it. Probably he’s one of the handful of devs out there who still uses Delphi…or am I wrong? :)

Francisco C
Francisco C

I forgot to say that I liked Monobar a lot, although it was somewhat buggy; I like the function to randomly create an arpeggiated sequence…I’m a total moron for it! :)


version 1.0 is released since the september 21, what was announced here was only a ‘RC’, it means that there have been bugfixes and small changes since this ‘RC’ version.