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IOS programmable controller - single pad chords?

tmm

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Hello!

I have a ton of custom TouchOSC templates that I've made for myself, and despite having USB / hardware keyboards, etc, the templates are so customized to my workflow that I end up doing most of my VI writing there.

The one piece that's missing that I would love to have is the ability to program and play chords from a single pad. As far as I can tell (and correct me if I'm wrong) you can't use a single TouchOSC 'pad' to play more more than one note at a time. I'd love to be able to create some templates by key with a large number of chords available in different inversions and octaves.

So, 2 questions I guess:
1) Can TouchOSC do this? I don't think so, but if so, how?
2) Are there other programmable iOS controllers you're aware of that could be used to do this?

Thanks in advance!
 
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tmm

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Thanks!

Not just TouchOSC, I'm interested in anything that could do it on iOS. Checking these out now

There is reChorder from Arts Unmuted but it is Lemur based. http://www.artsunmuted.com/rc/rc.html
They are working on a new version that will let you input your own cchords. I use this a lot for chord layout.
There is this as well but I haven't used it.
http://www.avantgardesound.com/
I know you are asking for TouchOSC but I thought I would throw these out in case anyone else might be interested.
 

nordicguy

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?...Not just TouchOSC, I'm interested in anything that could do it on iOS. Checking these out now
I think that you should definitely have a look at Lemur.
Not only there's good offer from third part developpers, but they also've got lots of free projects from them community.
It offers a lot more re: creating your own project offering a lot more on the programmable side.
 
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tmm

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yeah, both nChord and reCHORDER look awesome! A bit pricey for nChord, but it looks pretty deep. both seem pretty much what I was looking for. I should really learn how to do the work in Lemur, I'm a programmer by day :)
 
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