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CycliC by Defective Records is an Audio Plugin Host and a Standalone Application for macOS and Windows. It functions as a Standalone Application. It can host VST Plugins, Audio Units Plugins and VST 3 Plugins. It supports ReWire.
System Requirements
64-bit plugins only
System Requirements
64-bit plugins only
Can Host
Synth Application
Stand-Alone Utility / Application
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CycliC is an entirely new kind of step sequencer, with six independent subsequences that cycle through a 32-note array. It represents a collaboration between Defective Records Software & hardware synth maker Mutable Instruments.

Specific features:

  • 32 note array.
  • 6 independent subsequences.
  • VST plugin instrument hosting for up to 3 plugins.
  • ReWire audio source.
  • Independent MIDI or plugin output from each subsequence.
  • Send two separate continuous controller values (CC1 and CC2).
  • Per step Velocity, Gate, CC1 and CC2 control.
  • Override Note, Velocity and/or Gate options per subsequence.
  • MIDI CC control of almost all parameters, including easy to use MIDI learn feature.
  • Internal or MIDI clock.
  • 20 presets, controllable by mouse or MIDI program change, can be saved to disk.
  • Note constraint to user selectable scale.
  • Start point shift parameter, to start sequence from points other than 12 o'clock.
  • Global transpose amount.
  • Subsequence parameter randomization.
  • Event randomization (note value and location, velocity, gate, CC1 and CC2).
  • Constrain randomization to user-specified min and max range.
  • Adjustable GUI size.
Made with Max/MSP for Pluggo

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