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Sequences 1.2 – Record the way you want

Sequences is a polyphonic step sequencer in the Rack. With Sequences, you can play your chosen instruments straight from the rack. Featuring 32 steps, 8 patterns and lots of twist ability, Sequences offers a completely new way of making music in Reason.

With support for both Step and Real-time recording, you easily get your pattern up and running the way you want to. Features like step timing handle, three different recording modes, and global scaling of velocity and note lengths, allows you to tweak your pattern in an instant. And with four different Playback Modes combined with Keyboard or CV Transpose, the creative possibilities are endless.

Sequences Details

  • Step and Real-time Recording
  • 3 Recording modes: Overdub, Replace and Insert
  • 4 Playback Modes: Looped, 1-Shot, Gated, Stepped
  • 8 Patterns
  • 32 Steps per Pattern
  • Global controls for Velocity, Note Length, Rate, Slide, and Shuffle
  • Keyboard, CV and Manual Transpose with configurable Root key
  • Full note editing capabilities, including selecting, deleting and copying notes
  • Undo/Redo support while recording (in-display only)
  • Velocity and Octave Edit Lanes
  • Length lane with per-step note lengths and Mute and Tie buttons
  • 2 CV lanes with independently switchable Unipolar/Bipolar modes
  • Reset and Auto Reset for evolving patterns
  • Tools Menu: Reset Notes Length, Notes Side By Side, Reverse, Duplicate, Crop
  • Combine with other Players for endless possibilities
  • Great automation and Remote support
  • CV inputs for Reset, Trig, Transpose, Velocity and Note Length Scaling
  • CV outputs for CV lanes 1 & 2, and the last Velocity value
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New in Sequences 1.2

  • 3 new recording modes: Overdub, Replace and Insert
  • You can now record over existing pattern data
  • New Undo/Redo function in Record mode
  • The recording head is now draggable while recording in Step time
  • A new Crop function deletes all notes outside the current selection or playback range
  • Configurable Root Key when transposing the sequence via keyboard or CV
  • Drag the Pattern Shift buttons left or right to shift the pattern several steps in a single gesture
Sequences 1.2 Record the way you want

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