I’ve been making this for the past two days and hope to post it soon on liine.net
Looks pretty good!
@Kites Thanks. The idea, is to use a layout that mimics the OP-1, so it’s easy to remember where the desired sound is and easily mess around with different sounds. The fader row controls velocity of each step. The gesture object on the right hides the op1 layout and magnifies the sequencer.
Dude…sequenced cc…dude, DUDE!!!
Looks pretty good, alpha/beta version would be awesome since I can’t wait.
Wow, looks great
Awesome, thanks @Clawsome, will give it a go!
@Erhenius Cool! Best Of luck to you. What’s your idea?
Looks pretty sweet; I’ll test it out when my OP-1 gets here!
Nice job @Clawsome, Looks straightforward, but do you have any instructions?
An option to take a walkthru should appear on start up. If not : swipe up in the right side field, choose control, choose show walkthru. If something is unclear post any questions here and get back to you asap.
Ah, thanks, I’ll give it a go sometime tonight !
Looks pretty cool and straightforward @Clawsome ! The only feature request I’m having at the moment is related to setting the bpm; on my iPad Mini it’s kind of impossible to set the value to integers with the slider. Maybe it’s my clumsy fingers but all I can dial in are decimals like 122.76, 89.45, etc. Would be nice to have a pop-up window and the keyboard come up after hitting tempo, so that one could type in the desired bpm. Thanks!
I hear you @jooga1972
Can’t seem to get it working with my Ipad, I followed the instructions in the tutorial. It’s connected with the Camera Connection Kit and a USB cable. Other Lemur apps do work.
The CC does work, but I can’t seem to get any sound out of any sequencers.