Elysium for Mac Publisher's description
from LucidMac Software
This allows your generative music to be integrated with the music you create using keyboards and other sequencers !
A generative MIDI sequencer. Okay, so what does that mean? LetвЂ™s take it in reverse: Elysium is a sequencer, that means itвЂ™s designed to produce sequences of notes that can be layered to form music. Elysium uses MIDI which means that it doesnвЂ™t make sounds itself but can drive MIDI based synthesizers, samplers, and other instruments. It also means that ElysiumвЂ™s output can be recorded, and manipulated, in a DAW such as Logic or Ableton Live.
Elysium is generative which relates to the way the music is created by building up a вЂњsystemвЂќ composed of layers, cells, tokens, and playheads that combined, when вЂњplayedвЂќ, to produce a sequence of notes. Still not with me? ThatвЂ™s okay. Once youвЂ™ve played with it a bit it will all become clear. Elysium is a very visual application with all activity being displayed on a hexagonal matrix representing the harmonic table where each cell corresponds to a note. Many more features.
What's New in This Release:- New and improved inspector UI
- Impact and MIDI trigger modes for generators
- Better LFOвЂ™s with new waveforms
- New вЂ?skipвЂ™ token type
- More token options
- Set defaults for new compositions
- Set layer thread priorities
- Support for undo/redo when adding & removing tokens
System Requirements:Mac OS X 10.5 or later
Program Release Status:
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall