Rodrigo Roman of RRC2Soft has released version 1.050 of Sequencism, a free sequencer app for iOS.
The update brings initial support for AU MIDI in AUv3 Effects, support for Solfege notation, and some minor bugfixes.
sequencism is a music sketchbook tool that allows the creation of short and simple pieces of music. It is designed to provide a traditional user interface of track and piano roll editors, while taking advantage of the touch-screen capabilities of the iPad. It also includes other helper tools, such as chord helper tracks.
Note that the main goal of this app is to work as a sketchbook, thus I do not recommend sequencism for musicians that want to fully produce a complex song using only this app, or want to play songs live on stage.
- Simple track mixer and visual mixer (volume, pan).
- Multitrack editor: MIDI instrument tracks, chord helper tracks.
- Support for SF2 and AUv3 instruments (lightweight SF2 files only).
- AUv3 Effects.
- AUv3 MIDI.
- Piano roll editor: add, move, copy notes within blocks.
- MIDI keyboard, supports multiple scales, including user-defined scales.
- Support for diatonic and chromatic chords, borrowed chords (modal interchange).
- Automatic transposing when changing chords or scales.
- Supports Audiobus 3 and Ableton Link.
- Support for MIDI keyboards, including Bluetooth keyboards.
Sequencism is a free download for iOS 9.3 or later.
More information: RRC2Soft