Numerology is a modular music sequencing and audio plugin environment for Mac OS X. It takes the step sequencing and modulation metaphors established by the analog sequencers of the 70's, and implements them in a structured and highly interactive software environment designed for experimentation, improvisation and live performance. By using Numerology in conjunction with your choice of Audio Unit plugins and hardware synths, you can create an open compositional environment.
Numerology comes in two variants, a Standard Edition for anyone that wants an economical step sequencing addition to their studio, and a Pro version with advanced features for users looking to make Numerology a cornerstone of their compositional workflow. The Pro version includes these extra features:
Multi-output support for hosted AudioUnits.
Automatic plugin delay compensation.
Per track audio delays for customized delay compensation.
Monophonic audio routing support.
OSC (Open Sound Control) support.
A dedicated dialog for editing MIDI & OSC mappings.
Custom scale quantization (via the Custom Scale module).
Several advanced modules for working with CV signals.
More customization options for the Evolve function.
Unlimited Undo & Redo w/ Undo History.
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