1. Plugins
  2. »
  3. Defective Records
  4. »
  5. M185 Step Sequencer
  6. »
  7. Details

M185 Step Sequencer

 My KVR
Step Sequencer by Defective Records
M185 Step Sequencer
M185 Step Sequencer by Defective Records is an Audio Plugin Host for macOS and Windows. It can host VST Plugins, Audio Units Plugins and VST 3 Plugins.
Product
Version
2.1
System Requirements
64-bit plugins only
Product
Version
2.1
System Requirements
64-bit plugins only
Can Host
Instruments
My KVR - Groups, Versions, & More
6 KVR members have added M185 Step Sequencer to 3 My KVR groups 6 times.
Not In Your MY KVR Groups
(or group limitation prevents versioning)
+2 in private groups

KVR Rank

Overall: 4711   3434   4447

30-Day: 4519; 7-Day: 5915; Yesterday: 2847

The M185 Step Sequencer is a MIDI-enabled recreation of RYK's hardware M185 step sequencer ­ developed with the input of RYK himself. It reproduces almost all of the features of the hardware version, and adds many new ones as well.

The hardware M185 was designed to work with Roland's classic 100M modular analog synth. This software version now opens up the unique capabilities of the sequencer, with its stage-specific gate modes and clock pulse count, to MIDI-enabled hardware and software synths.

Specific features:

  • Multi-stage step sequencer with stage-selectable gate modes.
  • Gate modes include Mute, Single, Multi and Hold.
  • Trill mode available when in Multi mode within a stage.
  • Polyphonic potential when using long Note Length values.
  • Each stage can be from 1 to 8 clock pulses in length.
  • Constrain notes to scale.
  • Global transpose.
  • Internal or MIDI clock control.
  • Built-in clock divide capability.
  • MIDI output to any hardware or software synth.
  • VST instrument hosting.
  • 16 preset slots for instant recall of parameters.
  • Presets can be saved to and loaded from disk.
Made with Max/MSP for Pluggo

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 0.00 from 0 reviews

Comments & Discussion for Defective Records M185 Step Sequencer

Discussion
Discussion: Active

Please log in to join the discussion