Arturia's KeyStep Pro puts sequencing and performance front and centre.
The Model:Cycles offers an easy and affordable way in to Elektron-world, and has a sound all of its own.
With battery power and built-in speakers, the MPC Live II is ready to rock some blocks.
The original Chord module, reviewed in SOS February 2017 by Jyoti Mishra, offered an excellent way to get polyphony and, more...
The MPC One offers the most affordable way into the latest generation of Akai's celebrated sampling workstation.
This dedicated 64-step sequencer can be run stand-alone or within a host that supports MIDI-based AUv3 plug-ins, such as Audiobus or AUM.
The Kompas is a delightfully odd three-coordinate probabilistic pattern navigator.
If you're looking to embark on a cut-price acid odyssey, look no further...
Billed as a 'fractal sequencer', Qu-Bit's Bloom is a two-channel step sequencer with a difference. Its unique selling...
Roland revisit the groovebox with two highly capable and colourful beat machines.
The latest model in Korg's unstoppable Volca range offers a typically idiosyncratic approach to drum synthesis.
This app serves up four sequencer engines, each with its own fully-formed synth, a pattern-based drum machine, a compact mixing environment with effects, and plenty more!
The Squid is a sequencer with a mission: to unify your gear on stage and in the studio...
1010music's Blackbox packs an awful lot of sampling action into a very compact case.
Stuck in a synthesis rut? Tired of patching the same old sounds? Analogue Solutions have got just the thing...
Intellijel's Steppy is a four-track programmable gate sequencer that combines an impressive feature set with a tiny footprint.
Polyend's Seq offers straightforward step sequencing and buttons galore in one very attractive package.
Always unconventional, Teenage Engineering's latest instrument is a battery-powered multimedia studio that will fit in your pocket.
Akai Pro have distilled the best of their technologies into a stand-alone clip- and scene-based performance and production workstation.
Robaux are a relatively new German company making Eurorack modules. Their latest is the SWT16+, a 16‑track trigger sequencer...
The Medusa combines analogue and digital, synthesizer and sequencer — and even throws in a controller for good measure.
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