New App Like GarageBand For The iPad

iSequencer Features 8-Track Sequencer, 165 Instruments, Effects      10/05/10

Buying Choices

BeepStreet has announced iSequence for iPad, an updated version of its iPhone music sequencer.

Features include:

  • Use one of 160 built-in instruments: a collection of acoustic instruments, drum kits, pads, leads, sweeps and ambient atmospheres recorded with top classic and modern hardware synthesizers.
  • Buy additional banks in the BankShop
  • Play using adjustable piano keyboard or large drum pads
  • Record as you play the notes. Change instruments and tracks without stopping playback
  • Record parameter changes as you move controls
  • 8 tracks and FX curves editor. Instruments are not bound to tracks, so you can play chords or use multiple instruments on a single track
  • Edit music events using piano keyboard, drum pads and other controls
  • Set note duration, panning, velocity and gliss
  • Copy/paste, move and transpose selected area or patterns
  • Arrange pattern sequences to create a complete song
  • Export your work as HSQ, MIDI or WAV

According to the developers, the iPad edition has been rewritten and redefined to take advantage of a bigger screen and better performance.

Pricing and Availability

The regular price is $14.99. An introductory price of $6.99 is being offered until May 30, 2010.


James Lewin
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