WELLE is an accessible 8-step sample sequencer, developed as part of the research project Tangible Signals by Jens Vetter at the Tangible Music Lab, University of Art and Design Linz, Austria. The research project is funded with the DOC fellowship by the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW).

It is played by entering commands in the input field. Available sounds are listed under instruments. By using different commands patterns and melodies can be played. Snapshots will store the current patterns on-the-fly and can be recalled later. WELLE enables to record and then download the music. WELLE can send MIDI messages to external synthesizers, samplers or DAW - the MIDI channels 1-14 correspond to the order of the samples.


WELLE: welle.live




Hansi Raber created a great C++ fork of WELLE that can be downloaded and runs in the terminal, please go and test it:  asdfg.me/welle

welle.exe by Hansi Raber