Audio Damage BigSeq2 Effect Sequencer

Audio Damage has released BigSeq2, the new version of its effect and gate sequencer.

Description:

With twelve sequencers controlling ten effects in six blocks, BigSeq2 is capable of everything from short staccato gate sequences to long, evolving filter sweeps and frequency shifts.

The six effect “Blocks” contain ten effects in total, and these Blocks can be re-arranged by dragging them, giving you full control over the routing of the effects.

Each effect Block has a gate sequencer and a modulation sequencer. The gate sequencer turns that effect on and off (or in the case of the delay Block, activates the “send” control), while the modulation sequencer can affect any and all parameters in that block.

More details below; audio demos at the Audio Damage site.

If you’ve used Audio Damage BigSeq2, leave a comment with your thoughts/ratings!

Features :

  • Ten effects in six blocks, each with its own step sequencer, modulation sequencer, and time base.
  • The gate and modulation sequencers for each effect block run on their own time-base, allowing different time signatures and step times for each effect.
  • Each block has several parameters which can be altered via the modulation sequencer for that block.
  • The effects blocks can be re-arranged in any order.
  • Each sequencer has three independent modes of operation: forward, reverse, and random step. In addition, each of the twelve sequencers can be completely randomized at regular selectable intervals, for interesting modulation and gating possibilities.
  • The included effects are VCA, pan, multi-mode filter, fuzz, sine warp, delay (with chorus and flanger modes), frequency shifter (also providing ring mod and phasing), sample rate reduction, bit depth, and our own “Error” effect.
  • MIDI Learn on all published parameters for external hardware control. (VST only.)

BigSeq2 is available now for both Mac and PC in VST and AU formats at a price of $49 (upgrade : $10).

9 thoughts on “Audio Damage BigSeq2 Effect Sequencer

  1. I hate it when they make a “hardware” image of their plugins, you always think they finally put the time to make gear.

    WE WANT REAL GEAR!!!

  2. if you think thats bad check motus bpm..its even got a cd rom drive on its advertising gui…ridiculous…its the emperors new clothes im afraid

  3. I can't agree with any of the above posters,which are all generalising in the extreme.

    Great design will always look good whether hardware looking or otherwise.

    If a thing looks good, then it looks good.

  4. I can't agree with any of the above posters,which are all generalising in the extreme.

    Great design will always look good whether hardware looking or otherwise.

    If a thing looks good, then it looks good.

  5. I can't agree with any of the above posters,which are all generalising in the extreme.

    Great design will always look good whether hardware looking or otherwise.

    If a thing looks good, then it looks good.

  6. I can't agree with any of the above posters,which are all generalising in the extreme.

    Great design will always look good whether hardware looking or otherwise.

    If a thing looks good, then it looks good.

  7. I can't agree with any of the above posters,which are all generalising in the extreme.

    Great design will always look good whether hardware looking or otherwise.

    If a thing looks good, then it looks good.

  8. I can't agree with any of the above posters,which are all generalising in the extreme.

    Great design will always look good whether hardware looking or otherwise.

    If a thing looks good, then it looks good.

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