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Published on Feb 5, 2009
A music sequencer that uses Siftables as the interface.
There are three "voices" - lead, bass and drums. Each voice has four variations, accessible via the four sides of the siftable.
The way to make a piece is to first construct a sequence, using the blank "sequence" siftables, then insert voices into the sequence by bumping the voice siftables up against the sequence siftables. A voice can be removed by bumping the siftable against the sequence siftable a second time.
A voice can have an effect applied to it - like reverb or a sweepable filter (like wah), by bumping an effect siftable up against it. While the effect is applied, the voice siftable will have a small circle shown on it, with the color of the effect siftable, and the effect can be tweaked by tilting the effect siftable left and right.
There are also effects that apply to the entire sequence, like tempo and volume. These effects are always engaged, and they can be changed by tilting. As soon as they are set flat, the effect stops changing.
Sequences can be made shorter or longer, or re-arranged at any time by moving the sequence siftables around.