MATRIXSYNTH: ARPIE V5 DIY MIDI Arpeggiator vs TT303

Sunday, June 25, 2017

ARPIE V5 DIY MIDI Arpeggiator vs TT303


Published on Jun 25, 2017 Jason Hotchkiss

"A quick noodle with some of the new features in firmware version 5 for my ARPIE MIDI arpeggiator.

Now you can enter a chord manually on the front panel by toggling notes on and off, there is improved access to the per step Accent/Glide features and new per-step Legato, Octave jump up/down, Fourth down and polyphonic note play-thru.

IMHO best of all is a transpose sequencer, which allows you to enter a series of transpositions which plays back at bar length. Works great with existing force to scale mode.. perfect for serendipitous discovery of new chord progressions!

Now it's even more fun to use ARPIE standalone, without a MIDI keyboard. Randomizing the accent/tie sounds great on a 303 sound. The sound here is from Cyclone TT303 and an MFB Tanzbar, which also clocks the ARPIE"

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