Music-Society presents Velo Drumseq by Mira-Katharina

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musicus
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140 posts since 28 Jan, 2003 from germany - Berlin

Post Fri Sep 14, 2018 11:01 am

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this is an oustanding sequencer plugin which behaves a Note-Sequencer and a 10-Channel Drum-Sequencer in one thing.
It is very stable, and the missing link for DAWs wihout any Sequencers.
Both Sequencers have 16 Steps - that is fixed. It is more important to sync exactly - than to reduce steps. Of course, it can be nice, too - but it is really not easy to realize.

The Drum-Trigger-Section has 10 Channels - it should be enough. The tricky thing is that you can set it to OFF (dark), 50% Velocity (blue) and 100 % Velocity (red) - for each Instrument by pushing the Buttons more times.

Additionally you can use a global Velocity-Function with the Velo-Link ON. Then the Velocity from the Note-Sequencer can give some accent on each Step for all Drum-Instruments.
Notice: The 909 - Presets will work on the DR 910 VST, and the 808 use the RC 808. Set the Note-Numbers four your special levels.

Check it out - I think you will have fun Smile
For 64 Bit Operation you will need the JBridge.


For download you have to register or login, it is free!

http://forum.music-society.de/showthrea ... &pid=15758

Halonmusic
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1663 posts since 13 Nov, 2015 from Norway

Re: Music-Society presents Velo Drumseq by Mira-Katharina

Post Fri Sep 14, 2018 11:33 am

Cool :tu:

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musicus
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Re: Music-Society presents Velo Drumseq by Mira-Katharina

Post Sat Sep 29, 2018 8:45 am

Update to Velo Drumseq 2

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Hello,
this is the Drumseq 2.

Changes:

- each Drum Track has its own Clock-Divider (Default = RED) - Divide into 2 = BLUE - Divide into 4 = DARK)
with Speed Knob (Red-Blue-Dark))

- better GUI Design

- Output-LED shows Channel-Activity

WIN 32 Plugin. For 64 Bit-Operation use JBridge

For download you have to register or login, it is free!
http://forum.music-society.de/showthread.php?tid=5898

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