Another app that hasn’t seen many updates for a while, but that is a great step sequencer and that has a lot of depth to it if you wanted to look deeper.

Of course, Aurora wasn’t always an iOS app. It started off, as a number of 4Pockets apps did, as a Windows Mobile app, and I think it’s still available at the 4Pockets site for Windows Mobile. That’s where I first found it though, and I still think it’s great on Windows Mobile. The iOS version has moved on since, and now we have the HD version too.

So Aurora has a good history behind it.

But I love step sequencing, and grid patterns too, so Aurora and it’s HD version work great for me, especially on the iPhone, which is where I make a lot of my music.

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