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FREE Multilane Arpeggiator Showcase

Product Overview

Download Sarp and experience the powerful sequenced arpeggiator contained in several of our main products.
It has 6 voices (2 from Folio Bass, 2 from Phenomena and 2 from KeyTone)
You can't do anything to the voices beyond selecting them and playing them either with or without the arpeggiation. And it has about 50 arp presets included.





SARP showcases our advanced 'Mulit-key' sequencer....
Unlike other sequencers, this enables you to run up to 8 different sequencers at the same time based on how many notes are pressed on your keyboard. The first lane corresponds to the first key pressed, the second lane to the second key and so on. It's incredibly flexible and easy to use.
Welcome to SARP - a stand alone arpeggiator-instrument. Sometimes its easier to just do rather than say, and our unique and creative arpeggiator is one such time. We've used the underlying engine in a range of products, Folio Bass, Phenomena, and others.
We wanted to give you an opportunity to try the sequencer for free so you can learn how to use it to its potential before you purchase and of the full products that use the same arp. So here it is in stand-alone and for-free.
There's only 8 voices to select from (2 Basses from Folio Bass, 2 voices from Phenomena, 2 from the up-coming KeyTone and 2 drum kits from the up-coming Folio Drums), so it's never going to be your go-to sound source, but for creative polyrhythmic arpeggiations we think its unsurpassed.
You can make Kontakt send midi notes out so you can even place your sound-source of choice right after SARP-Kontakt in your DAW to get arpeggiated sequences using other instruments. So it should be really really useful out of the box.


Sound On Sound said (whilst reviewing Folio Bass):

The Arp page is equally quirky. The arpeggiator provides individual pattern lanes for up to eight notes, with the lowest note controlled by the lane for Note 1, the second lowest note by Note 2, etc. These assignments will change if you add notes to those currently playing. What’s more, amongst other options such as pan and transpose, each lane can have a different step count (between one and 16 steps) so you can get all sorts of very interesting polyrhythmic arpeggio effects.

Yes, it does take a little while to adjust to the slightly different approach to constructing an arpeggio, but it is very creative.

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