AndrejM. wrote:What are some sequencers you use but which aren't really popular? Maybe they're unique because they don't have a common editing flow, or because they're open source but you need to compile them yourself to use them?
It can be interesting to try out new / lesser known software.
If the criterion is that I use the software but it isn't very popular then there is nothing really for me to list.
There are many sequencers & hosts that are certainly much less popular than the obvious standards. I haven't tried most of them, and the few that I have certainly never got used extensively. If you're interested in anything like that then there are plenty to share. For example, Radium looks unique and interesting, but I've never used it. OpenMIDIProject's Sekaiju looks like an interesting MIDI sequencer software, but again, I've never used it. If you start adding things like trackers to the list (like Protrekkr or Schism Tracker) then the list could get quite huge.