Kameleono - MIDI Effects Plugin

Arpeggiator · Sequencer · Chorder · Note Hold · Realtime Quantizer

The world's first sidechaining arpeggiator

Kameleono is an innovative  VST / AU  plugin suitable for many applications such as Song-writing, Producing, Live Performance and Jamming.

Kameleono brings the power of side-chaining to the MIDI world, opens up endless possibilities and is capable of delivering the most demanding professional results.

All Features are Available. No Time Limit.
MIDI Out is Muted Every Few Seconds.

Works out of the box. No need for complex DAW configurations.

Want to use an external synth or sampler VST/AU?

Simply choose Kameleono as the MIDI input for your external plugin.

Want to build unlimited unique patterns?

Create a new MIDI track and redirect the MIDI-out to Kameleono's pattern MIDI-in channel.

How Does It Work?

Kameleono is unique. In addition to the standard MIDI-In / MIDI-Out you’ll find on any other MIDI FX plugin, there is also a side-chain MIDI input called Pattern-In.

The Pattern-In acts as a data source for Kameleono’s internal engine and can be used for Arpeggiator Patterns, Sequencer Notes, Sync Markers, etc.

Kameleono is a multi-effect MIDI plugin due to its modular design.
Every module can be used separately, or in conjunction with other modules.

  • The Flow Module handles note mapping such as Arpeggiator and Sequencer.
  • The Pattern Module handles loading and playback of pre-recorded MIDI pattern files.
  • The Chord Module handles chord mapping to single notes.
  • The Scale Module handles notes filtering.
  • The Express Module handles velocity and various MIDI controls.
  • The Sync Module handles timing and synchronization.
  • The Hold Module handles note hold functionality.
  • The In:Out Module handles input and output settings.
  • The Audio Module is actually a  basic synthesizer.

Key Features


High Precision Engine


Unlimited Arpeggiator/Sequencer


Scale Filter




Advanced Timing & Sync


Customized Note Hold


Flexible I/O


Build-In Synth


Automation Support


Expression Control

Audio Demos

Getting Started Videos


Ableton Live

Logic Pro X


Example Projects Included

  • Ableton Live
  • Cubase
  • Logic Pro X
  • MuLab
  • Reaper
  • Studio One

System Requirements

  • Windows: 7, 8 or 10.
  • Mac: OS X 10.9 or higher.
  • DAW that can host VST/AU plugins and
    supports internal tracks MIDI routing,
    e.g. Ableton Live, Cubase, Logic Pro X, etc.

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Alessio Martino

Kameleono is a really useful and smart plugin, I’ve long been looking for a similar vst device, among the many others on the market and now I thank developers for creating it. It works extensively and offers many possibilities that before on my DAW were not possible: It is not a mere midi arpeggiator, but much more. I recommend it to anyone who wants to widen the horizons of one’s own creativity with this very flexible midi instrument / effect.

Ben Ruiz

I have been looking for solid ARP/SEQUENCER VSTs. What I like about this VST is that you can create some complex and flexible arps and sequences better than any other arp midi plugins that I have tried so far and I have tried a number of them. The arp/sequence pattern can be any length (1bar, 2, bars, 4bars, etc) where the pattern can be mixed up and varied to give more variety, etc and the pattern can be changed as you move from scene to scene in Ableton.
I also wanted to comment on the great support that I had regarding questions that I have had. Thanks for putting this product out and I strongly recommend this VST!!

damo white

I found this plugin really useful,thanks.

tommy jensen

Have used the Kameleono a little time now, impressive software. Feels really optimised and running smooth.?

Michael Johnston

Really amazing plugin… hope that the developer updates this to be Apple Silicon M1/2/3 native.

Simon Hansen

Very interesting plugins. Brings new ideas to the table. I have been thinking about the concept of sending different midichannels to the midi-plugin for something like what Kameleono does. Lots of posibilities. Just bought plugchain and it works very well.