BlueARP | Free Arpeggiator Plugin By Oleg Mikheev!


BlueARP | Free Arpeggiator Plugin By Oleg Mikheev!

BlueARP is a cool (free) VST MIDI arpeggiator plugin by Oleg Mikheev (aka Graywolf). It is one of those tools that should be in every trance producers plugin arsenal!

Here’s how Oleg Mikheev himself describes the BlueARP:

BlueARP – VST MIDI Arpeggiator with pattern sequencer stile, designed for electronic music genres. For a long time I was seeking for an arp that would allow me to do things like in hardware, at last decided to develop my own one. I took some ideas from Novation Nova’s arp, Korg Electribe groovboxes and arrangers.

BlueARP can be also characterised as: pattern arpeggiator, step sequencer style arpeggiator, arpeggiator with pattern input.

Below is a few audio examples I quickly made with BlueARP (I used T-Force Alpha Plus as a sound source):

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I also made a video how to install BlueARP and use it in FL Studio:

This is a handy plugin and I recommend to go get it for all your arpeggio needs! 😎

Download BluARP

Also, check out the discussion at forums.


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Petri Suhonen is an electronic music hobbyist. He has been producing music with computers over a decade on such styles as trance, downtempo, ambient & experimental electronic using FL Studio.

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6 Comments on "BlueARP | Free Arpeggiator Plugin By Oleg Mikheev!"

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Great VST and another awesome video! It is not only the current theme, but the many info to fl studio, which are not found elsewhere. Go ahead!!!

hasan kamali

it’s so powerful and nice arp styles.,thank you


Wow!! That first patch can be made into a really massive uplifting trance song. Thank you so much Petri for this website and all the help you lend. They all are very helpful. Cheers.


wud this also a good plugin for Ableton Live 9?

Wolfgang Schweizer

you can use it it in Ableton, it works very well.
You have to set up a MIDI channel with the instrument you want to play (for example piano).
The second MIDI would be the blue arp VST.

In the in/out section on the right side:
choose “blue arp / blue arp / auto / all ins / master” for your instrument (piano)
choose “all ins / all channels / in / sends only” for the blue arp


Wolfgang saves the day