Does Chordbot do real-time performance at all? Seems like it could be useful for some things if it does.
@ngwese Noatikl looks intriguing, but also looks super complicated. From the videos, it looks more like a sound generator than a MIDI controller? Have you used it for much? Does it have much stylistic variance?
yep, +1 for this - I rather enjoyed how it lets you quite easily start with pre-programmed step sequencing and then slowly let it evolve over time, rather than just having to start from pure randomness.
Ohhhh yeah. Xynthesizr is turning out to be really nice. The life-like evolution seems like it will fit in nicely with what I’m looking for.
I picked up Chordbot too, but I didn’t realize that it doesn’t actually have real-time MIDI output, only after-the-fact exporting to a daw, which is a bit frustrating. But it does seem useful from a songwriting perspective
Physicle rules. The gravity mode was a great addition to an already fun app. I’m a fan anything pseudo-aleatory, and the bouncing ball screensaver mode is a good way to make up melodies without plinking around on the keys.