Windows 7, 8 or 10
OS X 10.9 or higher
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Professional MIDI Multi-FX Plugin
Kameleono is a new kind of a live musical instrument.
It brings the power of side-chaining to the MIDI world by using your DAW to build patterns and sequencer steps.
You can use it to program or even play live the most high speed and complex modern melodies, bass lines, etc. You can also use it to simulate professional playback of a real instrument such as a Piano, Guitar, etc., as shown in the demo video.
- High Precision Engine (Sample Level Accuracy).
- Accurate Timing for MIDI Out Recording (Agnostic to DAW's Buffer Settings).
- Pattern Based Arpeggiator.
- Polyphonic Sequencer.
- Chord Memorizer and Player (Playing chords with one finger).
- Unlimited Steps.
- Unlimited Note Lengths.
- MIDI Expression Control.
- Advanced Note Shuffling / Timing.
- Real Time Quantizer.
- Enhanced Note Hold.
- Special Mode for Drums (Note Gate).
- Build-In Basic Synth.
- Remote Automation.
Note that all Notes-In parts in the following video were played and recorded live.
Reviewed By skarabee
December 6, 2017
I was looking for a tiny but powerfull live arpegiator/sequencer plug-in and found Kameleono.
Kameleono is a real new MIDI machine, with lots of innovative features. Can be used for live play (sequences/bass lines), you can use your own MIDI files or patterns in your DAW to send rythmic sequences and play live (or send chords/notes track), Kameleono will sequence your favourite virtual instrument.
one-finger chord mode, scales, many latch modes, transpose in and out. The sequence can pick velocity/pan/mod from the rythmic pattern or input notes (or a mix of both)
Tested with Cubase, Live, and Mulab, very stable. Also tested with Bitwig demo, can't find more simple: drag/drop Kameleono, drag/drop a synth behind and you're ready to play with Kameleono's pattern presets.
Also tested with 3 instances: one for bassline, 2 for synths, all in sync, no hiccups.
If you want to use patterns on your DAW, once you have understood the way it works (one MIDI track for rythm datas > kameleono, one MIDI track for notes input > Kameleono, one MIDI track for your VSTi with Kameleono as input), it's very easy and fun to use.Read more