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  • CF3
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    Bumping this cause I still fantasize about Numerology on an ipad.
    Lots of “step sequencers” in iOS, but still nothing even close to Numerology.

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  • leolodreamland
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    Originally posted by jim View Post

    Cool, so here's a question for you: What iOS apps do you like for music -- and specifically, which ones do you use most frequently.

    Cheers,
    Jim
    I use all time for 'alternative' sequencing in a live situ, dot melody, patterning, midisteps and the rozeta midi plugs for aum
    for audio i use it live, less but do like animoog, borderlands and a few channel plugins for aum which i might use for mixing...

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  • Aramis
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    Originally posted by jim View Post
    Cool, so here's a question for you: What iOS apps do you like for music -- and specifically, which ones do you use most frequently.

    Cheers,
    Jim
    https://dev.laurentcolson.com/steppolyarp.html
    I am using it and love it

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  • nreeves
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    Originally posted by jim View Post
    What iOS apps do you like for music -- and specifically, which ones do you use most frequently
    AUM
    Enso
    FieldScaper
    Borderlands
    Samplr
    Sector
    SoundScaper
    Fugue Machine
    Beathawk
    Ravenscroft
    ElasticDrums
    Cyclop
    Animoog
    Phosphor 2
    Virtual ANS 3
    TwistedWave
    Looperverse

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  • CF3
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    Originally posted by leolodreamland View Post
    Happy to beta test if you get it started... good to hear new desktop stuff is happening too...
    Ditto here too. I know you’ve got a lot going on with Numerology and Vector, but I would love to see an iPad version. There’s actually quite the impressive ecosystem of music apps on iOS now. Some really amazing stuff, but weirdly no real comprehensive “step sequencer” per se. For sure there’s a few, but nothing on the level of Numerology.

    As far as favorites go... There’s a ton! A few synths are:

    Moog Model 15
    Korg iWavestation (you can load original sysex patches!!!)
    PPG (anything)
    SynthScaper
    iVCS3

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  • jim
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    Originally posted by leolodreamland View Post
    Happy to beta test if you get it started... good to hear new desktop stuff is happening too...
    Cool, so here's a question for you: What iOS apps do you like for music -- and specifically, which ones do you use most frequently.

    Cheers,
    Jim

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  • leolodreamland
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    Originally posted by jim View Post
    I'm definitely paying attention to what's going on in iPad-land
    Happy to beta test if you get it started... good to hear new desktop stuff is happening too...

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  • jim
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    I'm definitely paying attention to what's going on in iPad-land, particularly with the growing set of music apps there, but the current development push is for the desktop.

    Cheers,
    Jim

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  • leolodreamland
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    iPadOS

    now the ipad pro is getting it's very macOS like OS how about revisiting this idea?

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  • stubbsonic
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    Sounds like you are suggesting removing the editing capability, but not the randomization? Otherwise, just have an stereo audio mixdown.

    The question of what features to strip out to make an iOS version is kind of interesting. MIDI only would be an obvious one, as you could play lots of nice external instruments.

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  • PLaine
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    Hi,

    While IMO the most important thing is to have stable and usable mac Numerology, I wouldn’t mind having iOS version too.

    From time to time I have given an idea about ”Numerology Play”, which might be for iOS but for mac as well. In my opinion it’s reasonable that composing and editing is best done with mac and big screen and all the desktop features along (like the whole file/folder system etc.). But it would be great to play these compositions with an app which is dedicated to playing. With iOS touch screen you could benefit from this interface. Or just hit play and enjoy your patterns...

    P.S. In mac this ”Numerology Play” might be of course just a view or mode, not a separate app.
    Last edited by PLaine; 12-16-2017, 08:04 AM.

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  • Aramis
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    Originally posted by stubbsonic View Post
    Not to be a naysayer, but if I had a choice between the kind of robust support & updates we get with the Mac version, and splitting resources to make an iOS version, I'd prefer to keep the Mac version going THIS strong.

    OTOH, if a second revenue stream is something of interest to Jim.
    I agree ;-)

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  • stubbsonic
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    Native iPad App

    Not to be a naysayer, but if I had a choice between the kind of robust support & updates we get with the Mac version, and splitting resources to make an iOS version, I'd prefer to keep the Mac version going THIS strong.

    OTOH, if a second revenue stream is something of interest to Jim.

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  • Aramis
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    Originally posted by Chevytraveller View Post
    Yeah.. I would love an iPad version.. Using the iPad more and more since getting the Pro.
    Already using a few sequencers but would dearly love Numerology as my main iPad sequencer..

    Any chance?..
    Of course, I would love an iOS Numerology !
    But, I really think it could be a lot of work for Jim to do so!

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  • Chevytraveller
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    Yeah.. I would love an iPad version.. Using the iPad more and more since getting the Pro.
    Already using a few sequencers but would dearly love Numerology as my main iPad sequencer..

    Any chance?..

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