This is a sequencer that Charlie Slick built with an Atmega arduino chip.
The chip basically replaces the CD4017-or the like-but adds a few features like gate controlled reverse and random. The modules also has an offset input so you can use it like an arpeggio. There is no gate output but it does have an externally trigger reset.
BeatStep co-creator Glen Darcey chats to Source about the inspiration behind the design, his first experiences with synthesizers and also how he’ll be using BeatStep in his own analogue-heavy synth studio.
BeatStep is also a 16-step analog sequencer for creating all kinds of musical phrases to be sent to analog synthesizers, MIDI drum machines, MIDI keyboard devices, or computer programs. Its connectivity options let you interface BeatStep with a computer or iPAD using USB, a drum module using MIDI or an analog synthesizer equipped with CV/GATE.
It’s priced at US $129 / EURO 99, and is expected to be available in March.
Second attempt on using the Manikin Schrittmacher step sequencer.
I created (very easy, without reading the user manual lol) 4 sequences and assigned to each one a MIDI channel to send it to Virus Ti2 2 in multi mode. Easy to remove or to silent the steps.
Many thanks to Dragos Manea (owner of the Schrittmacher).
More on http://www.albaecstasy.ro
An electronic music piece representing the mindset of a humanoid on the way home from work. This is live performance / improvisation with sequencers. No computer involved.
This is also a prelude to “Are We There?” – his journey back to work.
Music From Outer Space 16-step sequencer
Doepfer MAQ 16/3 sequencer
Club of the Knobs C951 Arpeggiator
Club of the Knobs C1680 Analog Delay
Happy Nerding Super Sawtor
Kristp 1 S-VCO
Dotcom Q106 Oscillator
Dotcom Q109 Envelope Generator
Dotcom Q108 Amplifier
Dotcom Q112 4 Channel Mixer
Dotcom Q118 Instrument Interface
Korg EMX-1 Drum Machine
Controlling the CV inputs of the Arturia Microbrute using the Electro-Harmonix 8 Step sequencer. Free running and synced to Midi Clock from Logic Pro X
Jam session using four Digital Warrior step sequencers.
A quick overview of my latest MIDI controller’s basic features.
Traktor performance using two Digital Warriors. The one on the right is running a step sequencer with drum samples, and on the left a melodic sequencer.
“built in 16 voice 32-step sequencer. 64 uneque patterns permanently stored on the device”
“traktor remix decks mapping for on the fly dynamic loops. optimized for ableton live drum racks”
“4 smooth potentiometers, 16 banked RGB button pads and 2 endless tri-color encoders”
“164 uniquely mapable elements for total control. customizable midi behavior”
Roger Mann says that his new R960BSeq app turns your iPad into a classic step-sequencer. It does not generate audio, but sends MIDI to Synthesizers
- Supports Core MIDI
- Can control any background MIDI enabled App
- Runs in the background
- MIDI input for External Clock and MIDI Sync
- Compatible with iOS MIDI interfaces
- Supports MIDI clock and Transport
Pricing and Availability:
Short demonstration of Novation – Bass Station II focused on capabilities of Acid filter. Legendary Fatboy Slim pattern was programed using the built in step sequencer (no extrenal midi)…enjoy
Alesis Andromeda A6 analog synthesizer step sequencer keyboard demo. Performing live ambient space music on Alesis A6 Andromeda analogue synth keyboard using the built-in step sequencer. Created using 2 oscillators, LFOs, filter / envelope adjustments, portamento, unison detune, delay effects on vintage Alesis A6 Andromeda analog synthesizer keyboard. Performed live, no external processing. Excerpt from a longer session.
The Andromeda A6 is a true analog synthesizer using two analog oscillators per voice, sub-oscillators, hard and soft sync and more! It features 16-voice polyphony. With the Andromeda, you’ll find a huge range of tonal possibilities: searing leads, warm pads, fat bass lines, extreme sound effects and more. And of course there are plenty of knobs (72) and buttons (144), even an assignable ribbon controller for addictive hands-on real-time control! The large high-resolution LCD display is excellent and shows you actual rather than relative values of parameters. Andromeda will integrate seamlessly into any studio with its total MIDI control and sync, individual voice outputs, stereo outputs and several audio inputs.
Andromeda is completely analog – no emulation! It features two analog filters per voice that sound great! They are a multimode 2-pole and a 4-pole lowpass. External audio can be routed through these filters too (three 1/4″ jacks)! As for modulation, Andromeda has three LFOs, each with six waveforms and they can be synced to MIDI clock. And there are three 7-stage envelopes with very creative and flexible functions. Also onboard is an extensive mod matrix for enormous freedom in configuring Andromeda’s sounds!
No analog synth would be complete without a set of classic effects and features. Andromeda also offers Portamento with nine slopes and legato functions. A built-in arpeggiator and analog-style sequencer are available, with MIDI sync! There are also some high quality digital effects such as reverbs, chorus, echo, distortion and more! Andromeda comes with 256 breathtaking preset patches plus 128 user. A PCMCIA-format memory card slot allows for additional programs and mixes. Andromeda is pure analog bliss, with all the features, stability and widgets of modern digital synths.
A quick inspirational video showing a nice result from step sequencing the Moog Voyager’s filter cutoff.