User Reviews by KVR Members for Numerology 4 Pro
18 May 2016 at 11:49pm
I've been digging this things for years and finally wrote a user review. I hope my words are useful to potential buyers.
19 May 2016 at 5:05am
Continued from user review (I ran out of room)
Inside the set of Factory Modules, lies seven powerful note sequencer modules:
• MonoNote (1-128 steps): One note at a time — perfect for most bass and leads.
• PolyNote: Polyphonic — perfect for anything that requires multiple notes and/or overlapping notes. Can be used for chords, but there is a another module specifically designed for chords.
• ChordSeq: Chords! This module is cleverly crafted to provide an easy way for users to select intervals and arrange chord sequences. Unlike the PolyNote, the ChordSeq is limited to three or four-note chords on each step; however, with 11th & 13th chords, users can have up to 6 notes per chord, The chord type may be selected with the A traditional Roman numeral system may be selected as the chord type. ChordSeq will handle which type of chord to use (major vs. minor).
• DrumSeq-8: 8 tracks.
• DrumSeq-16: 16 tracks.
• MatrixSeq: The Matrix Seq is a polyphonic sequencer where users can easily re-assign the sequenced notes.
• MatrixArpeggiator: This is like the MatrixSeq with arpeggiation turned on by default. The module is loosely based on the programmable arpeggiator in the Korg Z1. The pattern of notes is fixed, but users determine which notes to play by sending MIDI in.
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