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haplome has been removed from the iOS app store because my apple developer account expired, but the project is still available on GitHub.

haplome is an open source multimedia interface for the iphone, ipod and ipad.  It is based on the monome and is compatible with applications designed for use with a monome. You can browse the list of monome applications by clicking here.

The source of haplome is available on GitHub. If you would like to add features or fix any bugs, please feel free to fork the repository.

Description of common uses from monome.org:

live sample cutters, sequencers, math simulations, drum machines, generative controllers, tonal maps, games, visualizations. 

Description of common uses from wikipedia:

A monome is a real-time step sequencer made up of a grid of backlit buttons that can be utilized for a number of applications, the most common of which is music performance. They are often used to trigger and retrigger samples or sample sets, but can also be used as a generative instrument that runs self-effecting or self-sufficient patterns, or to control effects and envelopes.

haplome is an emulator of the monome 64, but it also bears resemblance to the Yamaha Tenori-On and the Novation Launchpad.



Q: My iOS device isn't making any sound. What's wrong?

Like the monome, haplome is simply a controller. All sound is produced at the host machine.

Q: Do I need serialosc running for this to work?

No, only autoconfig enabled monome apps are needed for haplome to work.

Q: I have an Android phone. What should I do?

There is now a similar open source project called androidome.