Sequence MIDI In Your Browser With This Chrome Extension
qwertySeq() is a Chrome browser extension that allows for the sequencing of MIDI (8 banks, 8 tracks, 16 steps) within your browser for sequencing external hardware for Mac and Windows. It offers many adjustable parameters for MIDI including sustain, velocity and more.
From information provided on the Chrome Web store:
- There are 8 banks, comprised of 8 sequences, comprised of up to 16 steps in length
- Midi Clock(F8), start(FA), and stop(FC) are by default sent out, but can be disabled. Also the clock can be negatively offset to compensate for any line or device latencies.
- Sequences can be either notes or CCs
- Sequences can be variable lengths(steps) and resolutions from a 32nd note to a half note. Caveat…Sequence lengths are the same across all banks. For example if Sequence 3 on Bank 1 is set to 8 steps, Sequence 3 on all banks is now 8 steps(tut mir sorry!).
- Sequences can be globally delayed.
- Sequences can be definitive or have random pitches or values. If random ceiling is selected, the pitch or value of the first step acts as a ceiling to the random values. In random floor mode, that value acts as a floor.
- Download extension from Chrome Web Store
- Click on qwertySeq() Icon to open in browser.
- Allow browser to access MIDI devices.
- Select appropriate MIDI output device at top of transport
- Select Sequence 1
- Select desired length and output channel, corresponding to a receiving hardware device.
- Enable steps within sequence and adjust desired parameters.
- Press Play. (for optimum use, make sure no additional tabs or windows are open)
You can download and learn more about qwertySeq() via the Chrome Web Store.