Xesquence vs Quantum sequencer?

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  • @SevenSystems something I just noticed - is there a tap tempo option for setting the tempo?

  • @JonLewis: Not currently... but would be quite easy to add.

  • i would love it! I like to start by noodling around until I find a phrase/riff I like, and then set the tempo by tapping the pulse of what i just played.

  • @JonLewis: I never use tap tempo in other apps because most implementations I've seen are very simplistic and thus inaccurate (measured tempo changes wildly with every tap, etc...)... but I do have a plan for a better implementation. Added to the roadmap! :)

  • Hmmm.. Interesting .. I have both but haven’t spent enough time with xesquence . I’m gonna remedy that .

  • Hey @JonLewis can you give us a clue as to when the next update is coming out? Can’t wait for that new generative option.

  • @RJB: Not sure if JonLewis has the answer, but if I may: ;) Xequence 1.7 is now entering private beta testing and the update shouldn't take longer than 1-2 weeks from now to arrive :)

  • Awesome and sorry for the confusion :#

  • @SevenSystems said:
    But fear not, we're working hard to have the "Generative music" camp covered in the next update :) (early preview)

    Have you looked at the Random tool in Ableton Live?
    Also, check out CHANCE TEN from Isotonik Studios:
    https://isotonikstudios.com/product/chance-ten-probability-based-inspiration/
    Also, will you support PerStep probability?

    Good luck. Chance, Randomness and Probability are all things I love in Live and would love to see on iOS. :)

  • @echoopera said:
    Have you looked at the Random tool in Ableton Live?
    Also, check out CHANCE TEN from Isotonik Studios:
    https://isotonikstudios.com/product/chance-ten-probability-based-inspiration/
    Also, will you support PerStep probability?

    I don't have Ableton Live and couldn't look at the videos from isotonikstudios as they timed out and I couldn't find them on Youtube so far... however, the generative module in Xequence is not probability-, but math-based. I haven't looked at other generative music software at all so I have no idea how good PolyHymnia is compared to the competition. But we'll find out soon enough! :)

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