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Poly Step Seq (Polyphonic Step Sequencer)

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MIDI Sequencer Plugin by CK_Modules
Poly Step Seq (Polyphonic Step Sequencer)
Poly Step Seq (Polyphonic Step Sequencer) by CK_Modules is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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2.11
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Poly Step Seq is a Polyphonic Step Sequencer.

Main Features:

  • Up to 64 steps, full keyboard range.
  • 8 Note chords on each step.
  • Velocity and Gate per note.
  • Strum Chords control.
  • Humanise control.
  • 16 Sequences per Patch.
  • Groove (delay) timings for each Sequence.
  • Playlist Sequencer (50 step + repeat).
  • Interactive transpose.
  • GUI Transpose buttons (+/-1 oct).
  • Save/Load Sequence and Groove data.
  • MIDI Recording: Step, Position (Live).
  • MIDI Learn on controls.
  • MIDI Note Step Through mode.
  • Activation Keycode can be found on the CK_Modules&VST Forum page.
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wikter
wikter
26 February 2015 at 10:06pm

It's not free. 8GBP.

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BlackWinny
BlackWinny
26 February 2015 at 10:51pm

It's free. Since 21/09/2014. You can get the dll here http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=5881296#p5881296 and the activation code in the same post (the post is from Chris Kerry himself). And many of his products are available now for free too in the same post. Chris has some problems to update his website, that's why the website doesn't reflect any more the actual state of his plugins. Nota: the thread is accessible also via the tab "Forums" of this present product page, at the top of the page (it is the last tab). Advice: read all the thread, it is very interesting and you'll see by the way that there has been excellent evolutions in his plugins when he changed their licenses to freewares.

Thohi
Thohi
12 August 2017 at 12:41am

Are these plugins still around somewhere? The Dropbox links end in 404.

ThunderOwl
ThunderOwl
24 October 2019 at 4:42pm

There are sooooo many dead links now on KVR. So many. Kinda sad to browse.

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