WYSIWYG drum step sequencer with CV, MIDI and USB MIDI. Intuitive to use hardware step sequencer. 32 steps, 8 track polyphony, 256 pattern storage - all enclosed within the highest quality aluminum and wooden housing. Multiple connections give you the freedom to play with your hardware and software devices. quipped with a wide array of inputs and outputs, allowing you to communicate freely with other devices of every era and genre. Lets you feed tracks with MIDI notes using your favorite MIDI controller. Every track can be recorded step by step or in real time and then quantized independently. With two MIDI outputs, you can connect rhythm and sound machines simultaneously. You choose where to send out the signal from every track, and if that’s not enough, you can also use the USB port for the same purpose. I/O: • MIDI input to either sync clock or input MIDI notes • MIDI thru • Two independent MIDI outputs • USB for bidirectional MIDI communication • Footswitch input to control start, stop, and record Main features • 8 tracks with 32 steps each • 256 pattern memory • On the fly track parameter Randomization • Live sequence recording with external device via MIDI • Step parameters: Note, Velocity, Length, Modulation, Roll • Independent track play mode (Normal, Reversed, Pingpong, Random) • Track parameters: Length, Velocity, MIDI Channel, MIDI out • All parameter changes are automatically saved • Pattern chaining
The Polyend SEQ... It's pricey. https://www.gearslutz.com/board/electronic-music-instruments-electronic-music-production/1156354-polyend-seq-worth-999-usd.html
If I didn't like the Deluge as much as I do, I would be getting me the Polyend Seq.
...also the FB group. There are plenty of boutique manufacturers that are essentially impossible to reach if you need support, and Sequentix is most assuredly not one of those. NB: I have a Cirklon and Octopus, have had two Pyramids (a v1 and v2), and many other sequencers. I think the Pyramid is a fine...
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