Polyend’s Play takes a unique, and very hands‑on, approach to sequencing samples.
Strokes brings unconventional Eurorack‑style sequencing to your DAW.
Sonicware’s Bass & Beats has a lot to offer, but you’ll have to work hard to get it.
A melodic interval-based sequencer from Eventide with a unique set of features.
Wave Alchemy’s TRIAZ could be all the percussion software you’ll ever need.
There are a multitude of excellent Eurorack sequencers available in all shapes and sizes. Principally they all fulfil a...
The MPC Key isn’t just an MPC with a keyboard, it’s a completely new species of workstation.
Warning: alter.audio’s Timetosser can interfere with the fabric of time and is dangerously addictive.
Sonicware promise no menu‑diving in their creative take on FM synthesis.
The MPC Studio provides an affordable middle ground between Akai’s software and hardware MPCs.
Polyend breathe new life into an old technology with an instrument that’s as forward‑looking as it is retro.
Novation’s Circuit Tracks is a portable musical playground.
Erica’s Black Sequencer combines ambitious functionality with some of the best knobs money can buy.
Masses of modulation and an innovative sequencer make the Mono much more than just another monosynth.
Korg’s SQ‑64 step sequencer bridges the gap between ‘deep’ and ‘hands‑on’.
Korg rework their popular Volca Sample with some welcome additions.
Is the Maschine+ the standalone music‑making box you’ve always dreamed of?
True to form, Teenage Engineering’s approach to modular synthesis is about as idiosyncratic as it gets.
If you’ve not used this style of sequencer before, then it can be totally revolutionary in terms of what it does to your modular music-making.
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.
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