Want to Supersize your MPC, Launchpad, Push or Maschine? Want a collaborative music sequencing experience? Here's GRIDI, the world's largest MIDI sequencer performing Michael Jackson's Billie Jean.
The good folks at Sinevibes have a rather novel approach to their latest new synth plug-in, Altenator. Every control of this monophonic synth plug-in is sequenced. Yes, as in "step sequencers".
OK. Therein innovative drum machines out there, but this one from Axel Bluhme takes the creative approach a step further with the XOXX Composer.
Superbooth16 is just 3 days away... and there's a buzz about it, with so music companies getting involved. One of these, audiowerkstatt have an announcement that'll be available to demo in Berlin.
So you like the feel of hardware sequencers? Wooden objects? And perhaps you were a fan of Connect4 when growing up? This wooden sequencer is gonna push your buttons.
Now ModStep for iPad 220.127.116.11 is out, Jakob Haq has released a video showing how to get started and the main functions available in ModStep. In short, it can be the center of your music studio.
If you're looking to supercharge Logic X's built-in arpeggiator and chord trigger then these 4 third-party MIDI FX will tickle your fancy. They add unique and interesting ways to program sequences.
If you're looking for a large MIDI note sequencer controller that can play back 6 patterns simultaneously and store over 700 patterns and looks really, really cool, then check out the NSC-32.
As if pattern sequencing 808-style wasn't already fun enough, Roland's TR-REC is a music game app that is set to bring music making (game-style) to the masses for iOS and Android users.
Bringing together sampling and sequencing is something only a handful of companies can do successfully. Korg's Electribe Sampler includes some power features in an easy-to-use machine.
The good folks at Isotonik are back with more unique and cool Max4Live goodness. This time we’re talking a generative arcade sequencer for Launchpad Pro. Beautiful and hypnotic in equal measure.
MIDI Sequencers. The more 'veteran' music producer or musician among us probably has at least one. But with hardware sequencers becoming more popular and accessible, which one is best for your needs?
Tangible Instruments have released a new video showcasing just how to use Arpeggio. Very cool. From melody making to using it with MIDI sequencers, synths and iOS apps.
When you think of a drum sequencer you probably see a linear left to right grid? Patterning for iPad looks to shake up that metaphor. This is no conventional beat sequencer as Hollin Jones finds out.
Looking for unique ways to come up with new musical ideas? Sugar Bytes' Obsucrium is one plugin you shouldn't pass by. Toby Pitman demonstrates how easy it is to make arpeggiated lead lines with it.