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Steinberg Sequel 2
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Steinberg Sequel 2

Loop Sequencer from Steinberg belonging to the Sequel series.

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Steinberg Sequel 2Published on 04/25/09 at 12:11
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Installation is no problem, the manual is clear and easy enough for the cls license, no problem, know trs cool, I'm handicapped musicians, I use Cubase LE4 in french, it's great fun, there's just a problem that the site is as English is shit, I comprent not English, I use Sequel 2 is better,
I try Magix Music Maker, Version 2006,2007,2008, I have problem with them as Magix, I made several compositions with Music Maker 2008, and I planted it in the crap, never buy Magix, I reu pirates files in my laptop.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Laptop Dell Inspiron, Intel Centrino Duo, Windows XP, Vista.
Sound Card: Alesis io / 2
Synthtiseur: Roland E-50

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I use since March 2009. ...
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Installation is no problem, the manual is clear and easy enough for the cls license, no problem, know trs cool, I'm handicapped musicians, I use Cubase LE4 in french, it's great fun, there's just a problem that the site is as English is shit, I comprent not English, I use Sequel 2 is better,
I try Magix Music Maker, Version 2006,2007,2008, I have problem with them as Magix, I made several compositions with Music Maker 2008, and I planted it in the crap, never buy Magix, I reu pirates files in my laptop.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Laptop Dell Inspiron, Intel Centrino Duo, Windows XP, Vista.
Sound Card: Alesis io / 2
Synthtiseur: Roland E-50

OVERALL OPINION

I use since March 2009.
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Steinberg Sequel 2Published on 10/29/09 at 06:56
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For use in a live (on cubase com):

Installation without problems

Very simple config

Manuel clear, easy to use

Sequel 2 is the ultimate software for live electronica, much simpler than ableton.

Assigning MIDI controller very simple (even ke the automap).

The technique of live games sequences through pad is a killer.

Pti ki a default, but I do not mind personal to the live, no other effect vst ke those provided.
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  • Manufacturer: Steinberg
  • Model: Sequel 2
  • Series: Sequel
  • Category: Loop Sequencers
  • Added in our database on: 07/03/2008

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Other names: sequel 2, sequel2

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