HoRNet Plugins has released an update to the RhyGenerator One plugin, a free Euclidean step sequencer in collaboration with HATEFISh.

Designed to distribute a certain number of “beats” in a given number of “steps”, as evenly as possible, version 1.1.0 of RhyGenerator One adds support for Apple M1, as well as hardware acceleration for the user interface. It also fixes a bug where the interface wasn’t working in the latest macOS.

Simply put, with RhyGenerator One you can create a rhythm, consisting of up to 32 steps, it comes in the standard VSTi for VST and VST3, as an instrument for AAX and a midi effect for the AU version.

RhyGenerator One outputs the specified note following the rhythm generated by the Euclidean algorithm and allows you to control the number of steps and beats separately, the velocity and the length of the note. You can also shift the sequence of any number of steps to create upbeats and movement, every parameter in the sequencer can be automated for a more interesting effect.

RhyGenerator One is free to download for Windows and Mac (VST/VST3, AU and AAX) in return of a social share. The update is also free to existing users of the plugin with HoRNet DoIn or from the user area the HoRNet Plugins website.

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