What’s coming in SECTOR 1.0 …

This is a really long list starting with the big things:

  • Automatic micro-fades to avoid clicks (see SND menu)
  • Send MIDI clock sync (see MIDI config in PRJ menu)
  • Support for Audiobus2 and state saving
  • Recording of results, quantized to sequencer cycle
  • Recordings can be loaded back as a loop, exported to AudioShare, AudioCopied, or opened in other app
  • New loops by Richard Devine, Sonic Mayhem, Arovane, and Sunsine Audio
  • Share projects by email or send to other apps like Dropbox
  • Allow decoupling of tempo and sample playback rate
  • Preview selected sector or warp while stopped
  • Main volume slider and oscilloscope display
  • AudioPaste for importing loops
  • Add RND/CLR/CPY/PST buttons for WRP
  • Four memory slots also for WRP
  • Copy/paste memory slots (long-press)
  • Preview samples and recordings
  • Toggle to follow IAA host play/stop
  • Bundled users guide (see PRJ menu)


  • Added more warp shapes
  • New design for memory slots, show all simultaneously
  • Split the menu into improved PRJ and SND menus
  • New demo projects by Kymatica and Sunsine Audio
  • Read BPM from filename to calculate number of beats
  • Tap the Speed label in the SND menu to reset to original BPM
  • Display ‘invisible’ warp slot probability
  • Store currently selected memory slot in project
  • Store assigned manual trigger buttons in project
  • Fix loading of soundfiles that are not 44.1kHz
  • Auto-normalize samples, fixes occasional clipping
  • Don’t auto-select warp slot when changing probability
  • Fix occasional overflow bug in buffer player logic
  • Improve level peak metering
  • Resample sequencer pattern when changing n sectors
  • Show number next to shapes in warp menu
  • Fix “Amenbreak B”, was the same as “Amenbreak” (full length)
  • Confirm before new/load project if there are unsaved changes
  • Sort by bpm or name in soundfile tables
  • Keep current MAP/SEQ/WRP tab open when loading project
  • Many other minor tweaks and fixes

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