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From Big Robot Studios:
Drum synth with probability sequencer. Demo video here: http://goo.gl/1E2HIaRobotic Drums is an analog modeled drum synth coupled with a probability sequencer. This special combination, makes the app suitable for live sound manipulation, sequence experimentation and regular beats. The main highlights for this app are: - A minimalist interface, with a high emphasis in flow.- 8 analog modeled synthesized voices.- A probability sequencer. You control how "random" a sequence is.- Quantized pattern switching.- Dropbox support for saving sessions and sharing across devices.- Audiobus support.- Midi out messages when voices trigger- Midi in - Change patterns via note midi messages- Midi clock sync support. Some details: VOICES There are 8 analog modeled synthesized voices, each with a noise and an oscillator section. This flexible configuration allows each voice to generate sounds that range from punchy bass drums, to snappy snares, to lo-fi tones, to sound effects and much else in between. THE PROBABILITY SEQUENCER The sequencer for each voice is based on probabilities. A step on a sequence is not just a "switch" but a measure of "how likely is this step to be triggered". This allows for highly dynamic sequences that maintain a certain base, but never sound the same from one pass to another. THE PATTERNS SECTION Each session can hold 16 patterns. Switching patterns in a live situation is always controlled by a "pattern quantization" parameter, which determines when the pattern switch actually happens. This allows for pattern switches to occur exactly when expected, maintaining the musical flow of a piece. SESSIONS Sessions can be saved to Dropbox, this allows to share sessions across devices or even to use as an easy method to share patches with the community.Twitter: @bigrobotstudiosSee a video of its features:http://goo.gl/QKhj4r