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Hex: the Dynamic Tonality sequencer Dynamic Tonality

May 17, 2012

Hex: the Dynamic Tonality sequencer

 

Hex is a single-track MIDI sequencer that facilitates music composition utilizing Dynamic Tonality. It can be used either directly with one of our DT-enabled synthesizers, or with a standard multitimbral synthesizer. It can also be used in conjunction with a digital audio workstation (DAW) such as Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, or Sonar.

 

Hex uses a lattice roll in place of the traditional piano roll. This enables unfamiliar microtonal scales to be intuitively visualized, and their tuning to be dynamically manipulated. The light buttons/lanes can be thought of as generalized “diatonic” tones, the dark buttons/lanes as generalized “chromatic” tones (in this example, three octaves of a ten-tone microtonal MOS scale are indicated by the light-colored buttons and lanes).

via Dynamic Tonality.

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