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Roadmap Numerology 4
Posted Dec 3 2012
Over the summer, development began in earnest on Numerology 4, to find out
more about what is coming down the pipe, be sure to check out the
Numerology 4 Roadmap.
Posted Nov 9 2011
An update release with various tweaks and improvements, including a latency
fix for both the N3 VST & AU, a few Lion fixes, a couple fixes for large files,
and various other improvements. Available now on the
Posted Aug 19 2011
Now available in a handy VST format, Numerology 3.1 makes it yet easier
to integrate step sequencing into the Mac-based DAW of your choice. Version 3.1
also adds realtime recording for the MonoNote, PolyNode and DrumSeq
modules, both via MIDI and Numerology's groundbreaking Launchpad mapping. And, further
expanding the Launchpad mayhem, 3.1 adds full mappings for all of Numerology's
CV sequencer modules.
You can get it all here.
And be sure to check out the demo video.
Five12 On The Web
Other than the Five12 Forum, there are several
ways to keep track of what's going on in Numerology-land.
In addition to expected items (release announcements, major breakthroughs), both
the Five12 Twitter and
Facebook pages can be a good place to
find hints about future goodies. And both of Five12's
Vimeo channels are already
stocked with handy tutorial and demo videos, with many more to come.
Numerology Techniques : Volta & Silent Way
Numerology 2.2 adds custom support for these innovative "control
your modular with a dc-capable audio interface" plugins, and
these videos give you all the step-by-step details you need to
get productive. Setting up these AUs in Numerology is super-easy compared
to most other hosts, as you can set all your external-audio routings
right on the module, and you can route Numerology's digital CV
signals directly into the plugins, creating a direct path from
digital sequencing mayhem to analog synthesis mayhem. For
the Volta video, click here, for Silent Way,
pick this one.
What is Numerology?
Numerology is a modular music sequencing and audio plugin environment for
Mac OS X. It takes the step sequencing and modulation metaphors established by
the analog sequencers of the 70's, and implements them in a structured and
highly interactive software environment designed for experimentation,
improvisation and live performance.
By using Numerology in conjunction with your choice of Audio Unit
plugins and hardware synths, you can create an open compositional
environment that is truly your own.
To find out more, click here.