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Loomer - Architect : modular MIDI toolkit and music production environment (macOS, Windows, and Linux)


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#1 Nil

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Posted 03 January 2019 - 11:38 AM

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I'll simply post the link to its beta / thread on kvr:

https://www.kvraudio...?f=141&t=517474

 

Basically, Architect is a modular MIDI sequencer halfway between max and Numerology. And soon with an optional tracker-interface (according to its dev, it's almost done but needs some polishing).

 

I'm simply blown away by this thing. Just give it a try really, it's incredibly intuitive, deep and flexible. Dead-stable and mature too.

 

I barely ever use audio during production and am seriously planing to use Architect exclusively soonish. I'll still mix using Reaper I guess, but as I've always wished for a sequencer that would combine what I like in Live, Numerology and Renoise, I feel like it's the right tool for me.

 

From what I've gathered reading the aforementioned Architect's topic, you should feel right at home if you're experienced with max and/or PD. 



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Posted 10 January 2019 - 04:19 AM

Holy shit, this is amazing. I'm also in the Renoise/Numerology camp. This is fucking incredible.