Sequetron LE
by Phil Tipping
(Phil Tipping Website)
Owned by user philtipping

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Operating System: Windows XP
File Size: 2 MB
License: Freeware (All Free software)
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Less tracks & fewer command variations than full version, but otherwise fully usable

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Last Updated: 2011-01-02
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Software Description

What if you could record & multi-track directly on your music keyboard while you are playing it, without ever touching a computer keyboard or mouse?
The Sequetron is a sequencer program with a twist; designed from the outset as a live instrument for hands-on use, played & controlled from where your hands are - the music keyboard. It runs from switch-on with no interaction, and converts the simplest MIDI keyboard into a multi-track recording, playback & looping instrument.

Conventional s/w sequencers & DAWs have more powerful editing & audio features, but tend to add MIDI key control as an afterthought, dedicating keys for control purposes only, or mimicking mouse actions already designed for a windows-based program.

The Sequetron takes a fresh approach by using a command structure designed around a keyboard first, then adding a display later, so it really is a different concept...
...a front-end instrument for ideas & inspiration... and fun!

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Sequetron is direct fun with your keyboard keys

Sequetron allows me having fun my midi keyboard keys, concentrating only on musical creativity, forgetting all the "problems" and distraction which come with other "professional" DAW software. Phil is very open minded for new incoming ideas, especially very fast in implementing those, if he likes the idea, or sees a value for the whole community. I could describe hundreds of its cool features here, but better is just trying it out yourself. Have fun my friends, and thanks from here also to Phil Tipping for this cool tool!

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this is the greatest thing i have seen in 2011

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