Westlicht Per|former Sequencer | Part 01 | Introduction & First Patch

  • By: Cinematic Laboratory
  • Date: Saturday, 23 January 2021
  • Time to read: 1 min.

Westlicht Performer | Part 01 | Introduction & First Patch

I knew it existed but I did not know it was that good. I personally think it’s one of the most powerful sequencers around. It can do everything you’d expect from a sequencer, but it adds an insane amount of CV destinations and it’s just perfect if you like to create generative ‘self-playing’ patches that sound like someone’s actually playing keys. Amazing. Unfortunately, the Westlicht is only available as a DIY so let’s all spam Simon from Westlicht and convince him to go commercial.

The first part of the video is a ‘first patch’ and you can only do it once. But it worked out pretty well so I used it as an introduction backdrop. In the second part, I replaced RENE with the Westlicht to see how it would work in the Shared Eco-System. I’ll make another video with a more powerful case (more voices) because Westlicht offers eight tracks of sequencing and lots of CV to play with. So have fun with part 01 and more to come soon.

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