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Basic Operation

Rotary Knob mode

You can change the operation method of the rotary knob on the setting screen.

Finer Resolution for Dragging

How to reset the parameter to the default value.

Change selection by dragging

In the selection UI consisting of lamps and button(s), you can change the selection not only by using the button(s) but also by dragging.

The sound is not affected during selection by dragging. When you touch up, the drag selection will be reflected in the sound.


Preset Browser

Display order of presets

The display order in the preset browser is sorted in alphabetical order, with numbers from 0 to 9 first, then capital letters A to Z, and finally a to z. Therefore, you can sort the order by putting a number before the name.

You can share your presets with other users.

  1. Tap ALT button
  2. Select the preset or folder you want to export
  3. Tap Share button
  4. You can export the presets to Mail, iCloud, etc. via Share Extension

You can save presets created by other users in your user presets folder.

  • You can import presets via the File App, Mail and other applications that support Share Extension.
  • Imported presets are automatically saved in the User folder.

In the "Programs" folder you can define which presets will be loaded when a MIDI program change message is received. The program number corresponds to the order of the sound preset in the "Program" folder.

You can sort the order of the programn number by putting a number before the name. → Display order of presets

AUv3 host preset list

The presets stored in this folder can also be displayed in the preset list of the AUv3 host. On the settings screen, you can choose to display the factory presets or the contents of the program folder.

Global Settings

NOTE: On the plug-in mode setting screen, only the items that can be set are displayed. This image is the setting screen when launched as a standalone app.

  • Master Volume

    This setting is not affected by changing the sound preset.

  • Sync Method (Available when launched as an app)
    • Internal
    • MIDI
    • Inter-App Audio
    • Ableton Link

    You can set the synchronization method of the arpeggiator.

  • Tempo (Available when launched as an app)

    When the synchronization method is internal sync or Ableton Link, you can change the tempo of the arpeggiator.

  • Audio Buffer Size (Available when launched as an app)

    The audio buffer size affects the amount of latency and the CPU usage. Higher setting will reduce crackling noise at high CPU usage, but also cause more latency.

  • Background Audio (Available when launched as an app)

    If background audio is enabled, this app will consume battery power significantly even if other apps are running or if your screen is turned off.

  • MIDI Input Ports (Available when launched as an app)

    You can set which MIDI input port to receive.

  • MIDI Input Channel (Available when launched as an app)

    When the OMNI is OFF this app will receive only on the currently selected channel.

  • Bluetooth MIDI Device (Available when launched as an app)

    You can connect Bluetooth MIDI compatible controllers.

  • MIDI Mapping - File

    You can save/load MIDI mapping settings.

  • MIDI Mapping - Takeover Mode
    • None

      As soon as you operate the MIDI controller, it will be reflected to the parameter. If the MIDI controller value and the parameter value are different, the parameter value will jump.

    • Pickup

      If the MIDI controller value is different from the parameter value, the parameter value will not be changed until the MIDI controller value crosses the currently set parameter value. However, even in this mode, if the MIDI controller is operated when the parameter value is out of the range set by the MIDI mapping, the set parameter value jumps to the boundary value of the range.

  • Include the MIDI mapping settings in the sound preset file
    • When Saving:

      ON: Save the MIDI mapping settings in the sound preset file.

      OFF: Save the sound preset file without including the MIDI mapping settings.

    • When Loading:

      ON: If there are MIDI mapping settings in the sound preset file, it will be loaded. If there are no MIDI mapping settings in the sound preset file, the current MIDI mapping settings will not change.

      OFF: Even if there are MIDI mapping settings in the sound preset file, it will not be loaded.

  • Knob Mode

    How to operate the knob Switches between linear mode and circular mode.

  • Display in a pop-up window (Available when launched as an AUv3 plugin)

    Set whether to use pop-up display when running as AUv3. If this is set to OFF, the screen will not close even if you interact with the UI of the host app. Turn it off if you want to adjust the tone while playing the keyboard of the host app.

  • About

    Display version information, license information, etc.

MIDI Mapping

You can assign the MIDI controller knobs to the parameters.

MIDI Learning Mode

  1. Enter MIDI learning mode by tapping the MIDI Learn button.

  2. Touch the on-screen control you wish to map.
  3. Adjust the slider or knob on your MIDI controller. (MIDI CC)
  4. Repeat above steps as required.

MIDI Map Setting Panel

In MIDI learning mode, Press and hold the knob or other control to open the setting panel.

To delete the assigned MIDI mapping, tap the control several times.

MIDI Map Range Setting

Save MIDI Mapping

You can save the created MIDI mapping from the setting screen.

Effect Parameters

Multi-Tap Delay

This delay has 16 taps with the same delay time as a sixteenth note. Not only can you set the volume and pan for each tap, but you can also set the cutoff frequency and resonance with an independent filter for each tap. You can set a damp parameter that gradually reduces the treble or bass as the feedback sound repeats.

The filters connected to each tap are independent. They have nothing to do with the filter in the upper right corner of the screen.


Controls the number of taps. Each tap is synchronized to a 16th note, and the delay time is the number of taps multiplied by the 16th note length.

Tap Parameters

The Tap Parameter Selector buttons determine whitch tap parameter will be edited. The parameter values of the selected will be reflected in the sliders.

If you need to set precise parameter values, turn off draw mode and drag left or right on the target fader.

  • Level
  • PAN
  • Cutoff Frequency
  • Resonance
  • Timing

    By shortening or lengthening the delay time for each tap, the tap sound time can be moved forward or backward. The timing can be moved up to 32nd notes, forward or backward.

On / Off

If a button is OFF, that tap is muted. There is no sound from the muted tap. Therefore, changing the Level, PAN, Cutoff and resonance of muted taps does not change the sound.


Adjust the feedback level. Minimum feedback gives a single echo. Increasing this parameter produces repeating echoes.


Turning the knob clockwise causes higher frequencies to fade faster than low frequencies. Turning the knob counterclockwise causes lower frequencies to fade faster than high frequencies.

Stereo Delay


Switches the delay time range.

Delay Time

Adjust the delay time.


Adjusts the depth of the delay time modulation.


Adjusts the rate for delay time modulation.


Adjusts the feedback amount.


When this switch is on, the effect sound has a ping-pong delay effect that flies left and right.


Turning the knob clockwise causes higher frequencies to fade faster than low frequencies. Turning the knob counterclockwise causes lower frequencies to fade faster than high frequencies.


Turning the knob clockwise produce white noise to feedback loop. Turning the knob counterclockwise produce pink noise to feedback loop.


When this switch is on, a saturator is inserted in the feedback loop.



Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the filter.


Adjusts the depth of the modulation.


Adjusts the rate of the modulation.


If the button is ON, the moduration rate will be synchronized to the tempo.


Emphasizes the cutoff frequency.


Adjusts the overdrive intensity.


You can adjust where and how much the audio signal is sent by adjusting the knobs in the Routing section.

EQ (High, Low)

Adjusts the gain of the equalizer.

Level Knobs

you can set which signal is sent where and how much.

Wet / Dry

Adjusts the level of the effect and dry sounds.


The templates in the factory presets may help you understand Routing.