favorite midi sequencer?

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Re: favorite midi sequencer?

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harveysa801 wrote: Thu Jun 16, 2022 7:28 am The 10 Best Sequencers for Any Studio Budget
Digitakt.
MPC X.
Arturia Keystep.
Polyend SEQ.
MPC One.
Arturia Beatstep Pro.
Elektron Octatrack MKII.
Squarp Pyramid MkIII Sequencer.

Step sequencing is a MIDI-based tool that divides a measure of music into a pre-determined number of note values called “steps.” Each step laid out in the software can then trigger notes and other MIDI information you supply it. Like most software we used today, step sequencers were originally hardware units.
And now there's Behringer's "version" of the Arturia Keystep: the Swing (at € 90 afaik the cheapest hardware option nowadays). :)
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