Software Matrix Sequencer

WOK releases Blip2000 VST for Windows      24/02/10
Software Matrix Sequencer


WOK says that Blip2000 is a MIDI plug-in for an alternative way to develop new sequences or music snippets. Here's the rest of what WOK has to say...
Sure you know the Bliptronic5000® or the Tenori-On™. If the first one lacks MIDI and the second one is too expensive for you, you might try this VST-version of a matrix stepsequencer:
Every column corresponds to one step, each line represents a note. Just click the buttons to enable the notes to be played. The orange line runs thru while playing. Select the number of steps to play (2-16), the speed in relation to the host clock, the direction (forward, backward, random etc.). Blip2000 outputs MIDI notes, so you can use your favourite synth (-plugin) as the sound source. MIDI channel, note length and velocity can be set.
With the fields on the left side you can adjust any scale to be played - or use Blip2000 as a drum sequencer!
Features
  • clear and easy interface
  • number of steps selectable (up to 16)
  • note per line selectable from 3 octaves with display
  • several play modes (forward-backward and so on)
  • syncs to host - clock divider adjustable
  • sequence transpose by MIDI input
  • MIDI ouput channel selectable
  • automatable in the DAW
  • sequences can be saved as VST plugin presets
  • random play
  • MIDI-ouput; any plugin or synthesizer can be used as sound source
  • low on CPU
  • free ! (only limitation is a nag screen at the start)
Pricing and Availability:
Free download. Donations welcome (will remove nag screen) More information:


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