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HY-RPE2 by HY-Plugins is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
Windows 7 or higher (32 / 64-bit)
macOS 10.12 or higher (64-bit)
64-bit only
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Important Note
Propellerhead Reason doesn't support VST MIDI out. So you can't use this one in it. AUv3 format is only for Logic user
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This is an 8 track MIDI sequencer plugin.
It has two different sequencer engines, Grid and Euclidean.

Free update for version1 user.

Main Features:

  • 2 sequencer engines (Grid and Euclidean).
  • Drag & drop modulation assignment(for Euclidean Sequencer).
  • 4 LFO/Sample&Hold units (for Euclidean Sequencer).
  • 4 Macro knobs/buttons (for Euclidean Sequencer).
  • Chord notes trigger (Euclidean Sequencer).
  • MIDI Recorder.
  • MIDI Learn.
  • MIDI Note Map.
  • Resizable interface.

Free version:

  • Grid sequencer only.
  • 3 Tracks.

{See video at top of page}

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 3 reviews

Reviewed By oobesan [all]
May 11th, 2024
Version reviewed: 1.2.6 on Mac

I am having a lot of fun with this generative MIDI plugin. The developer has been very helpful and responsive to my questions about MIDI routing, and I'm very happy with my purchase. There are multiple modulation sources and destinations, scale lock, etc. I really can't think of any features that I would add to the Euclidean sequencer! I probably would have sold it by itself, but in this plugin, the developer gives you an entirely second, grid-based sequencer as well (there is a toggle switch to choose which sequencer you want to use). I almost feel this was unnecessary and overkill for the developer. In future revisions of the Euclidean sequencer, it would be great if there were different skins and better graphics for a less-busy/intimidating looking GUI. There are three different layouts for the Euclidean sequencer, and this was confusing to me at first. I didn't know if each one provided a different function. But, they are simply different layouts for your preference. This also seems like a lot of extra work that was unnecessary for the developer. Personally, I would just stick with the default view (large orbital graphic).

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Reviewed By awayguy [all]
February 3rd, 2023
Version reviewed: 1.2.1 on Mac

This is a very flexible and fun sequencer. I am using it in Logic Pro and was having some trouble getting the Euclidean sequencer to send to separate tracks by MIDI channel. Shout out to Tadashi, the developer, who within 30 minutes, sent me brief notes and a link to a video to watch which had me up and running in about 10 minutes. Very straightforward. I am planning to use one instance of the sequencer for a multi-channel drum kit (Logic Drum Machine Designer Kit, or EZDrummer 3) and a second to play a stack of different synth plugins. Very excited to get into this...

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Comments & Discussion for HY-Plugins HY-RPE2

Discussion: Active
5 November 2020 at 7:52pm

Testing the free Grid mode and loving it a lot. Is there a way to set track/note priority so that when multiple notes stack at the same time only notes from say Track 1 will be playing or highest/lowest MIDI?

29 December 2022 at 11:19pm

I believe there's a setting that says not to play a note if one's already playing. But I'm not sure how it chooses which note does play.

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