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- 5 sequencers:
- 1 sequencer is for "Notes and Octaves" but can also be used for filter, Pulse Width, resonance or Phase modulation.
- 2 sequencers are used as envelope decays mainly for cutoff and oscillator pitch but also for pulse width and phasemod or resonance.
- 1 "normal" sequencer (no decay fx) can also be used for the same destinations.
- Gate sequencer with mix option.
- 3 oscillators (sine/saw/ramp/pulse/triangle) - octave/note and fine tune for all of them.
- 5 filters - low/hi/band/4pole/8pole - and a filter envelope with Attack, Decay, Sustain and Level.
- An extra oscillator for FM/PM/PW.
- 2 LFOs.
- 2 decay FX.
- Left and right delay.
- Soft distortion.
- 64 presets.
Reviewed By paulmerchant
November 8, 2005
First of all, Seeq One isn't your standard bass synth or bass sequencer. It seems designed to create a new genre of electronic music with bizarre, rumbling bass lines. It takes a while to wrap your head around the five different internal sequencers and gates and the mayhem that they can create, but the sequencers are what lie at the heart of this VSTi. With the sequencers and effects, you can create some awesome, unique rhythmic bass sounds.
The only fault I can find is that it seems there could be a little more variety with the presets (or perhaps it should come with fewer presets). They seemed to get a little repetative and they didn't delve into gates or the different rhythms that Seeq One is capable of creating. And because this thing is pretty unique, it would be good to have a some documentation. Even better, with a tutorial, I think more people would be able to get into Seeq One.
If you are looking for a way to create unique new electronic bass lines, download Seeq One and give it a rumble.Read more