The most obvious feature of Polyend’s SEQ sequencer is the 8-track, 32-step grid, along with a great looking aluminum and oak exterior. However, the abundance of control and charm come at a steep price. Is it worth it? In this video I give a thorough in depth look at SEQ, and it’s companion MIDI to CV eurorack module POLY, testing the sequencing of hardware, modular and software instruments. On the software side, sequencing is quite simple. SEQ can send MIDI data via USB and supports sequencing on 16 separate MIDI channels, nicely controlling Spitfire Audio’s Albion One orchestra. On the hardware side, I test SEQ’sRead More →

While walking the halls at NAMM 2018 I met the team from Genki and was very impressed by their WAVE product. They sent me one and this is my review: More about their IndieGoGo campaign here: http://bit.ly/WaveOnIndieGoGo * Note – I’m not affiliated with them in any way… crowdfunding campaigns can be risky though to me this one looks legit to me Interested in JAZZ ME? Check it out here (note: you need Max for Live): http://bit.ly/jazzme2 The ring controller I got is a prototype and doesn’t look like the final product, but regardless works extremely well and has the battery life they advertise. WaveRead More →