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Molecular

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Sequencer Arpeggiator by mididope
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MOLECULAR
Molecular by mididope is a Standalone Application and Soundware (samples or presets that load into other products) for macOS and Windows. It functions as a Standalone Application.
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1.0
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Ableton Live 9.7+
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1.0
System Requirements
Ableton Live 9.7+
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Mutative arpeggiator and bubbling rhythm source

Molecular is much more than a normal arpeggiator – it's an ingenious hybrid between a molecular music box, a MIDI looper and an arpeggiator. It creates unique and vibrant patterns for harmonic instruments as well as for samplers or drums.

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Versatile in application

Molecular generates a rhythm grid using a molecular algorithm. Based on this, two modes are available to determine the pitch – Note and Drums.

A polyphonic arpeggiator

In Note Mode, the pitch is taken directly from the held MIDI notes following a predefined sequence, just like any other arpeggiator. In addition to this, however, Molecular creates unusual varied rhythmic figures. Through layering it generates appealing polyphonic superimpositions, but can also be used for monophonic instruments.

A rhythm generator

In Drums Mode, the pitches are mapped to semitones for playing drum racks or samplers, thus opening up a further range of playful possibilities.

A looper too

In addition, storing, overlaying and looping note patterns also make Molecular a MIDI looper. This way, a persisting pattern is repeated until the corresponding layer is overwritten by a new layer generation. The density of the notes played is regulated by the number of activated layers. Obviously, new incoming MIDI notes will still change the pitches of all notes currently being put out.

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