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Sequencer: Non-player friendly?
Old 15th December 2019
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Sequencer: Non-player friendly?

For those not so good at playing keys. That includes me. I usually use software to program chords and melodies and then send it to my synths via MIDI.

I know the Super 6 will come equipped with a sequencer and an arpeggiator. Can you elaborate a bit more? I would like to know if it's somehow possible to program melodic sequences without having to play 'on the fly'. Through step sequencing perhaps.
Old 18th December 2019
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I know the Super 6 will come equipped with a sequencer and an arpeggiator. Can you elaborate a bit more? I would like to know if it's somehow possible to program melodic sequences without having to play 'on the fly'.
Through step sequencing perhaps.

Good to check out some of my apreggiated playing this video, starts 15:00, you will see I hardly press any notes and it sounds pretty cool to me at least. Maybe like you I am not a virtuoso keys player either, probably why I like this synth!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahPuoA-NeeQ

The sequencer is step, rest, slide, accent. It's polyphonic and has up to 64 steps. really good for programming little riff ideas. The keys can transpose the sequence too and you can swing the timing
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>>I know the Super 6 will come equipped with a sequencer and an arpeggiator. Can you elaborate a bit more? I would like to know if it's somehow possible to program >>melodic sequences without having to play 'on the fly'. Through step sequencing perhaps.

Good to check out some of my apreggiated playing this video, starts 15:00, you will see I hardly press any notes and it sounds pretty cool to me at least. Maybe like you I am not a virtuoso keys player either, probably why I like this synth!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahPuoA-NeeQ

The sequencer is step, rest, slide, accent. It's polyphonic and has up to 64 steps. really good for programming little riff ideas. The keys can transpose the sequence too and you can swing the timing
Excellent. Thanks
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