Number of Patterns: 256 patterns (16 banks x 16 patterns each)
Recorded Pattern Content: note duration, pitch, accent, glide, loop point, time signature, swing Amount
Number of Steps Per Pattern: 3 / 4 time = 12 steps, 4 / 4 time = 16 steps max
Note Pitch Range: C1 - D # 6 (internal), C2 - D # 7 (MIDI)
Loop Point: 1 to 16 notes per pattern to loop
Pattern Transpose: from -36 to 36 semitones
Other Pattern Features: pattern remixing, play patterns forwards or backwards, copy and paste patterns, pattern shifting, permanent pattern transposing, multiple pattern cueing (for chaining patterns together live), LED chase, real-time editing of pattern information while The Sequence IS playing or stopped, sequencer Automatically saves all editing
Remix: 256 EACH time variations for playing and song pattern
Number of Songs: 16
Number of Steps Per Song: Measures up to 3.580 EACH
Recorded Song Content: tempo, bank / pattern foreach step transposes value foreach step, song loop point
Song Transpose Pattern: from -36 to 36 semitones foreach step song
Tempo Range: from 20 to 250 beats per minute
MIDI Functions: on / off, channel selectable from 1-16, Program Change messages for Selecting patterns Remotely
MIDI Sync: Internal or external
MIDI SysEx: for backing up songs and patterns (sysex dumps Compatible with the Revolution synthesizer)
MIDI Data: note on / off, pitch, velocity (Transmitted and received)
MIDI to CV Converter: Converts internal patterns or external MIDI note data Into control voltage, gate, and focus signals for controlling analog synthesizers Other
MIDI IN, THROUGH, OUT
1 / 4 "Jacks: v / oct CV out, +12 V gate out (positive polarity), +10 v out stress (positive polarity)
12 volt AC input, current rating of 1 amp or 1,000 mA
7 "length, 6" width, 2.75 "height
The sequencer is the same as that Team GB's Revolution apart from a few aesthetic details.
Super easy to use
It does not generate its
I use it for 1 week. In price is quite high but the quality is by appointment. I was surprised by its size (small) when I received. I use it with Live for sequencing VST synths and a Virus TI.
What I like:
Design, usability, function remix (énorme!), quality workmanship, that it is simple tweaking loops in every sense and revert to the original ...
What I like least:
Only 16 steps (although one can looper several loops of 16 not very easily) and no possibility to sequence in 1 / 32. Like any MIDI hardware, not easy to integrate into a DAW at first because of latency.
Finally, a step sequencer is easy to use, well Millionaire function through remix and aesthetically beautiful. If I lose I repeat the same.