AnalogX Arpeggiator [Freeware]
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AnalogX Arpeggiator [Freeware]

Arpeggiator [Freeware], MIDI Plug-in from AnalogX.

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moosers 28/05/2010

AnalogX Arpeggiator [Freeware]: Produktbewertung von moosers (content in English)

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AnalogX's Arpeggiator software is free MIDI based arpeggiator that is available for Windows platforms. It's a pretty simple piece of software, but there is definitely a good amount that can be done with it. Downloading and installing it should only take a matter of minutes as it can be downloaded directly from AnalogX's website. You can use it within any sort of MIDI based synthesizer or sampler. The interface of the software is generally pretty simple once you get the hang of it. There are eight stages that each have eight marks to set where you want to arpeggiate. It's a really simple, almost old looking interface. I haven't ever had a need to check out the manual for this software...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

When I was running the AnalogX Arpeggiator, it was on a Hewlett Packard Pavilion dv8000 lap top with a 3.0 Ghz processor and 2 GB of RAM. I ran it with a variety of different MIDI synthesizers when I didn't have any built in arpeggiating options. It's definitely a lot easier to use than a lot of arpeggiators in virtual synths, and it definitley allows you to do a lot more than you normally would be able to do. As far as performance goes, this software always doesn't take up any processing power at all, so the majority of users should be okay.

OVERALL OPINION

The main reason that I'd recommend the AnalogX Arpeggiator to Windows/PC users is that it's free! You can't go wrong with a freebee no matter how you look at it, so it's definitely worth snabbing this one just in case. It's also worth playing around with for a minute or two, as even though it looks simple and out of date, it still works great for getting quick arpeggiator sounds in virtual synthesizers. While certainly not the prettiest piece of software, it's definitely worth the trade off...