Author Topic: arpeggiators and sequencers  (Read 1601 times)

Offline Bruno Romero

arpeggiators and sequencers
« on: May 16, 2020, 04:58:51 PM »
Do you guys use arpeggiators on songs? If so, which VST arpeggiator would you recommend me? I use the DAW reaper and I'm not very happy with it's stock arpeggiator and sequencer vst's. :D




Offline Lugia909

Re: arpeggiators and sequencers
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2020, 03:55:23 PM »
Do you guys use arpeggiators on songs? If so, which VST arpeggiator would you recommend me? I use the DAW reaper and I'm not very happy with it's stock arpeggiator and sequencer vst's. :D

Which platform are you running Reaper on?
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Offline Bruno Romero

Re: arpeggiators and sequencers
« Reply #2 on: June 19, 2020, 01:56:31 PM »
Do you guys use arpeggiators on songs? If so, which VST arpeggiator would you recommend me? I use the DAW reaper and I'm not very happy with it's stock arpeggiator and sequencer vst's. :D

Which platform are you running Reaper on?

I'm using MegaBaby sequencer and JS Midi Arpeggiator


Offline Lugia909

Re: arpeggiators and sequencers
« Reply #3 on: June 19, 2020, 03:32:55 PM »
Do you guys use arpeggiators on songs? If so, which VST arpeggiator would you recommend me? I use the DAW reaper and I'm not very happy with it's stock arpeggiator and sequencer vst's. :D

Which platform are you running Reaper on?

I'm using MegaBaby sequencer and JS Midi Arpeggiator

Mmm...no, I mean, which _computer_ platform.
Are we here? Are we unique? 南無阿弥陀仏

Offline Bruno Romero

Re: arpeggiators and sequencers
« Reply #4 on: June 21, 2020, 12:51:10 PM »
Do you guys use arpeggiators on songs? If so, which VST arpeggiator would you recommend me? I use the DAW reaper and I'm not very happy with it's stock arpeggiator and sequencer vst's. :D

Which platform are you running Reaper on?

I'm using MegaBaby sequencer and JS Midi Arpeggiator

Mmm...no, I mean, which _computer_ platform.

A PC. Windows 10


Offline Lugia909

Re: arpeggiators and sequencers
« Reply #5 on: June 21, 2020, 01:52:41 PM »
Do you guys use arpeggiators on songs? If so, which VST arpeggiator would you recommend me? I use the DAW reaper and I'm not very happy with it's stock arpeggiator and sequencer vst's. :D

Which platform are you running Reaper on?

I'm using MegaBaby sequencer and JS Midi Arpeggiator

Mmm...no, I mean, which _computer_ platform.

A PC. Windows 10

OK...a few things:

https://www.kvraudio.com/product/randarp-by-codefn42 RandARP is more akin to a hardware arpeggiator...on first glance. But there's actually a good bit of power hidden in this, such as humanization features over velocity, etc and random generation processes.

https://www.kvraudio.com/product/kirnu-by-kirnu Kirnu is a little more like a DAW arpeggiator, but the UI is really straightforward.

https://www.kvraudio.com/product/pattern-arp-plus-by-ck_modules Pattern Arp Plus is more pattern-based, with the ability to user-define arpeggiator patterns across eight voices. 32-bit, tho.

Then there's this: https://www.kvraudio.com/product/hypercyclic-by-mucoder Hypercyclic is sort of the "gold standard", but it does have a learning curve to it. However, once you get it sorted out, it's extremely powerful, and offers a lot more than just arpeggiation as far as MIDI processing goes. Aside of some of the things I have in Ableton Live's Max4Live implementation (which aren't an option in Reaper), this is probably one of the very best options.

All of these are also FREE...price is definitely right. Hope these help!
Are we here? Are we unique? 南無阿弥陀仏

Offline Bruno Romero

Re: arpeggiators and sequencers
« Reply #6 on: June 21, 2020, 04:07:29 PM »
Do you guys use arpeggiators on songs? If so, which VST arpeggiator would you recommend me? I use the DAW reaper and I'm not very happy with it's stock arpeggiator and sequencer vst's. :D

Which platform are you running Reaper on?

I'm using MegaBaby sequencer and JS Midi Arpeggiator

Mmm...no, I mean, which _computer_ platform.

A PC. Windows 10

OK...a few things:

https://www.kvraudio.com/product/randarp-by-codefn42 RandARP is more akin to a hardware arpeggiator...on first glance. But there's actually a good bit of power hidden in this, such as humanization features over velocity, etc and random generation processes.

https://www.kvraudio.com/product/kirnu-by-kirnu Kirnu is a little more like a DAW arpeggiator, but the UI is really straightforward.

https://www.kvraudio.com/product/pattern-arp-plus-by-ck_modules Pattern Arp Plus is more pattern-based, with the ability to user-define arpeggiator patterns across eight voices. 32-bit, tho.

Then there's this: https://www.kvraudio.com/product/hypercyclic-by-mucoder Hypercyclic is sort of the "gold standard", but it does have a learning curve to it. However, once you get it sorted out, it's extremely powerful, and offers a lot more than just arpeggiation as far as MIDI processing goes. Aside of some of the things I have in Ableton Live's Max4Live implementation (which aren't an option in Reaper), this is probably one of the very best options.

All of these are also FREE...price is definitely right. Hope these help!

Thank you sooo much


 

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