B-Step Sequencer 2 Pro 2 arrives

More than another new Midi-Sequencer! Transform your iPad to a real music-sequencer workstation with B-Step.

Create awesome chord progressions (to build up a whole song) with B-Step only by a few fingertips.
Where other sequencers stops B-Step goes one step beyond – With B-Step you can easily sequence your sequences (up to 16 Pattern configurable).

The sequencer comes with native support for one or two Novation Launchpads. B-Step supports CoreMIDI, Virtual MIDI ports, Network MIDI and a lot of MIDI hardware devices!

It also supports MIDI Learn, so you can control B-Step’s user interface with any MIDI controller you like!
B-Step Sequencer can work as MIDI clock master or you can sync it to another clock master.

This sequencer is designed for improvisation and live use – your synthesizers will love B-Step.


  • Native Novation Launchpad support.
  • Advanced MIDI learn.
  • Drag’N’drop.
  • 3 color profiles.
  • Clean and simple user interface.
  • Run in background


  • 16th step resolution.
  • 4 tracks (we call them strings).
  • 16 bars.
  • 5 x 6 chords per project.
  • Pattern auto chain.
  • MIDI Clock master (up to 400 BPM) or slave


  • CoreMIDI.
  • Virtual MIDI ports.
  • Network MIDI.
  • Support standard MIDI hardware devices.

What’s new

We kept the B-Step 1 base and built a lot of useful stuff on top of that.

For the right groove in your set, we have added an advanced shuffle mode. Now you can add the shuffle modifications to every second 16th, 8th or 4th. You can modify the timing, velocity and duration of the notes in the shuffle grid.

To fill the pattern, you can use the Sequencer Ratcheting features (Step Repeats). This is ideal when you want to create drum rolls, arpeggios or experimental stuff.

Different measurements? Sure! You can reduce the pattern length down to 1/16th or increase the length by adding some Non-Linear Playback features.

Polyphony: control up to 4 synthesizers independently with one instance of B-Step. Just split it into 4 sequence groups and share the things you like between.

When you need speed you can use the Multidrag feature which allows you to copy a slider or button state to all others on the fly.

Also, you don’t have to remember the slider states anymore — now just click it and the value will pop up.

Scales? We have that covered also. You can fill the chords randomly with notes from scales.

Control and Program Changes can be sent for each step.

New Features Overview:

  • Add Sequencer Ratcheting.
  • Add 4 more MIDI out to control up to 5 synths.
  • Add Shuffle features.
  • Add drum support.
  • Add 6 layers with a bunch of features.
  • Add random chords from scales.
  • Add monophon and polyphon playback modes.
  • Add new presets.
  • Improve the user interface style.
  • Add snapshot functionality.
  • Redesigned MIDI learn feature.
  • Add multidrag feature.
  • Add snapshot feature.
  • Add rubber tool.
  • Add inline manual functionality.
  • Move BPM slider to the main user interface.
  • Add custom measurements from 1/16th per bar to much more than 4/4th.
  • Change solo bar to solo bar groups.
  • Add control and program changes per step.
  • Fix known bugs like sync problems and improve them.

Some new Feature Details:

  • Octave per step.
  • Chords per step.
  • Microtiming per step (delay).
  • Step copy.
  • Step probability.
  • Step mute.
  • Step skip.
  • Custom playback features per bar.
  • Custom playback features per global sequence.
  • Reverse Playback.
  • Moving steps in the pattern.
  • Bar skip.
  • CC and PC per step.

Sequencer Ratcheting in Detail:

  • Modulate interval.
  • Modulate duration.
  • Modulate velocity.
  • Modulate notes.
  • Modulate probability.

Shuffle in Detail:

  • Per 16th, 8th or 4th.
  • Modulate velocity.
  • Modulate duration.
  • Modulate timing.

B-Step Sequencer 2 Pro is now $16.99 on the app store:

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