The Sequencer view shows the current pattern as a matrix of 4 x 4 steps with a pattern control section above and channel selection below it.
The stepsequencer is located in the center, showing the currently selected pattern. Set and remove notes by shortly tapping the squares. To change the pitch of a note, keep the step touched and swipe up/down (just like scrolling this page).
Swiping after a double-tap changes the note's volume.
If volume is zero, the note becomes a pause ("p" instead of a note value). A pause stops all previous notes and resets the LFO.
Tapping on the little note icon on the right below the sequencer switches to an alternative mode. In this mode, swiping on a note changes a synth parameter ("env" by default) and swiping after a double-tap changes panning.
In noise mode, the note value controls the noise generation frequency. Only notes below c with pattern octave 0 change this frequency, c and all notes above result in white noise.
Tap in the empty space next to the sequencer and swipe left/right/up/down to shift the pattern. Swiping up/down shifts the pattern by 4 steps, left/right by one step.
Pattern erase and randomise:
Tap in the empty space right to the sequencer and swipe across the pattern to the very left to erase the pattern.
Tap in the empty space right to the sequencer, swipe across the pattern to the very left and back to the right to fill the pattern with random notes. If the additional parameter (see below) is selected, this parameter is randomised while all note values are "c".
Pattern Selection, Pattern Bank, Pattern Loop
In the top row, a pattern can be selected by tapping one of the four numbers.
Tap A to show bank B and select patterns 5-8. Tapping B again returns to bank A. Pressing the bank letter longer switches to four-bank mode (and back to two-bank mode). Now tapping the letter cycles through four banks (A,B,C,D) and you can access 16 patterns.
Each bank has its own instrument settings. When a pattern is copied from one bank to another, the instrument of that bank is copied, too.
toggles the pattern loop mode. In loop mode, the four patterns of the current bank are played in a loop.
The selected pattern number is surrounded by a white frame, the currently playing pattern number is red.
Keeping a pattern number touched will bring up a copy / paste menu. You can also copy a pattern by drag and drop. The movement must be performed in a bow below the pattern row:
Channel Selection, Channel Name, Shuffle, Parameter Selection, Octave / Transpose
The bottom row shows the six channels a-f. A single tap selects the channel to edit, a double tap mutes / unmutes the channel (mute is indicated by brackets around the channel letter). Keeping a channel touched will bring up a copy / paste menu.
Copy / paste copies the current bank, including the four patterns and synth settings. If the bank's instrument is a sampler, the sample is also copied / pasted. When pasting in an other channel, the channel's sample will be replaced with the copied one.
To switch to a bank, tap the bank letter (on the top of the screen) and select a pattern in the bank.
Above the channel row, the current channel's name is shown on the left side. Double-tap to edit the name.
On the right side, there is a number indicating the pattern octave. To change it, swipe up/down. Swiping up/down after a double-tap transposes the current pattern instead.
Left to the octave, the parameter to edit in the sequencer is shown. By default this is pitch (♪). Tap here to switch between pitch and a second parameter ("env" by default). The second parameter can be selected in the instruemnt view. When editing the prarameter, swiping after a double tap changes panning instead of volume.
Left to the parameter selection, there is a little dot for shuffle adjustment. Tap and swipe to set the note offset. Double-tapping switches between two modes: When only one dot is shown (default), only the even notes are shifted and shuffle works as a swing factor. With two dots, the entire pattern is shifted.