Synthseqr – this might be fun.

admin | February 29, 2012 in prototypes | Comments (0)

Ok, so I know I’ve been severely radio-silent for the last 6 months or so.  We had our second baby, I got a 3d printer, and decided that I need to get back into a regular exercise schedule.  So free time at night is scheduled very tightly. I know I previously stated that the 3d printer wouldn’t be a distraction, but I was way wrong. It’s a huge distraction.

Anyway, between it all, I have two nights a week that are explicitly scheduled for development of beatseqr and other related projects. Enter: synthseqr.

Synthseqr by Beatseqr


About two years ago, I started to think about what would be next, once beatseqr was up and running, and it seemed fairly obvious that a complimentary tool would be something for melodic sequencing.  At the time I hadn’t consciously intended to copy the interface of anything, but it turns out that the idea that was new to me, of course, isn’t a new idea at all.  I love the 16 step sequencer workflow. It seems very natural to me for the kind of music I like to make, so I wanted something to help with synths while I rock some beats with beatseqr.  Synthseqr is intended to play that part.

Frankly, it’s just not working yet, and there’s an insane amount of work left to do to get it ready to show off the way I want to.  But I wanted to post this to let you know that I’m still here. I’m still working on projects.  If you’ve emailed me, I do intend to get back to you about a time frame for beatseqr availability.  I won’t make any more excuses.  I’m just working at my bandwidth limit. Whew, have you ever had two young kids?  I need a nap.

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