All New Sequencer For OSX

five12 announces numerology level 1 version 1.1      20/05/03

All New Sequencer For OSX
Numerology, a new sequencer for OSX

Numerology is a modular midi sequencer for Mac OSX, that is designed for live performance and experimentation. It uses sequencing techniques first established by analog sequencers in the 1970's, implemented within a virtual studio environment, built from the ground up for improvisation and experimentation. Whether you are a new to music making or an experienced performer, numerology offers a unique and powerful environment for extending your compositional boundaries. To hear evidence of this for yourself, visit to hear a demo sequence made using gate division, pitch slew and midi remote control. This live, improvised track is an example of how numerology's features can be combined to create a powerful compositional instruments. There are also demo tracks showing numerology's capabilities with traditional electronic music, as well as something completely unexpected from a midi sequencer, a granular textures demo. numerology level 1 is written for mac os x, version 10.2. a free demo is available for download. The full version can be purchased online for $50. For a full list of features:


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