Robotic Bean has launched Euclid Rhythm Generator, a new gate sequencer Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason.
Euclid Rhythm Generator is a Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason that uses Euclid’s Algorithm to generate natural-sounding rhythmical patterns. You can use it to trigger anything that has a gate input: Drums, synths or even external instruments.
It’s dead simple to use — Just hook it up and start tweaking the knobs! The graphical display visualizes every change you make to your pattern in real-time, and Euclid always stays in time with the music. Euclid also comes with tons of inspiring patches to use as a starting point.
Euclid Rhythm Generator features
- Euclidean gate sequencer with up to 32 steps.
- Patterns can be rotated up to 16 steps in both directions using the offset control.
- Advanced display that visualizes your pattern in real time.
- Individual mute buttons for each step, with support for click & drag.
- Always in sync with Reason’s main sequencer, at user-selectable resolution.
- Everything can be automated, modulated and remote controlled (except for the mute buttons).
- Four gate outputs provide unique variations of the same pattern.
- Reset input and output, quantized to the current resolution.
- Shuffle and slide controls, fully compatible with the corresponding controls in Reason’s ReGroove mixer.
- Enable button to turn on/off all gate outputs.
Euclid for Reason is available for purchase for the introductory price of 25 EUR until August 20th, 2014 (regular 32 EUR).
More information: Robotic Bean