PyraOS 3.0 brings 30+ new features for the Squarp Instruments Pyramid polyrhythmic hardware sequencer: custom chords, 5 effects per tracks & more.
Hello PyraOS 3.0! After Squarp Instruments had release many great smaller updates for the Pyramid sequencer in the last time, now comes a big update. One has to hank the young French company for the long product care. At this year’s Superbooth, they introduced me to the third version of the PyraOS, which contains many useful and creative features.
One the big news is the new definition feature that let you make own profiles of your hardware/software synths which save all the CC and note messages. Per example, it allows you to map the filter and other parameters directly in this profile. It simplifies especially the workflow with your existing hardware instruments. Another highlight is that the Pyramid can now work analog sync that mans you can synchronise and slave Pyramid to an analogue clock. So seen a great free update that expands again the functionalities of this sequencer.
New In PyraOS 3.0
- new custom chord smart pads more (lets users create and save their own chords)
- five effects per track (up from four previously)
- send clock while loading a project (keeps slaved MIDI instruments synchronised even when the Pyramid polyrhythmic sequencer is lading a new project)
- definition files – lets users create custom text labels for connected Synthesizers’ CC MESSAGES and NOTES, so the Pyramid Polyrhythmic Sequencer will display more meaningful text like FILTER instead of CC33 or KICK instead of C4, for example
- 15 new arpeggiator styles
- polymetric looper (creates polymetric patterns on the fly by using or combining two or more meters, rhythms, or time signatures)
- duplicate (duplicate or divides the track)
- consolidate (writes the NOTES and CC MESSAGES computed by the effects)
- new SEQ mode display (includes all new sequence features)
- possibility to assign the touchpad, five encoders, and analogue inputs per track
- effect master (assigns and sets FX parameters of all tracks with a single control, such as scale for example)
- analog sync (synchronises and slaves the Pyramid Polyrhythmic Sequencer to an analogue clock)
pyraOS 3.0 can be downloaded for free via the dedicated pyraOS product webpage, where a full features list is also available. The MKII version of the Pyramid Polyrhythmic Sequencer can be purchased for €619.00 EUR (excluding VAT) with free worldwide shipping through the dedicated online store or via Squarp Instruments’ growing global dealership network
More information here: Squarp Instruments