Watch this video to get an understanding of what fingArp looks like and does (it's 2 min):
Watch this tutorial for setup and a run through using fingArp and it's features:
**1.1 now works with 64 bit windows
I call fingArp an 'improvisational arpeggiator' because it has many functions you can quickly switch between and affect, getting a lot of variation for your chords. It connects with a Max for live patch via OSC, so pretty much no setup (except for making an OSC target). It's hard to explain, so definitely at least watch the first video!
Here are some poorly explained features:
--has 6 menus which are interchangeable
--individual velocity, duration and added octave for each voice in the chord
--*key feature* quick positioning changing of the pattern via multiballs
--settings for speed, direction, overall octave
--8 bank storage
--sustain, freeze and repeat notes
--physics and more
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