Free Matrix Sequencer For Windows – Blip2000


If you’ve been interested by the Bliptronic 5000 or the Tenori On but haven’t dived into matrix synthesizers or matrix sequencers yet, you may want to check out Wok’s Blip2000 – a free (donationware) matrix sequencer plug-in for Windows.

Here’s how it works:

Every column corresponds to one step, each line represents a note. Just click the buttons to enable the notes to be played. The orange line runs thru while playing. Select the number of steps to play (2-16), the speed in relation to the host clock, the direction (forward, backward, random etc.). Blip2000 outputs MIDI notes, so you can use your favourite synth (-plugin) as the sound source. MIDI channel, note length and velocity can be set.

With the fields on the left side you can adjust any scale to be played – or use Blip2000 as a drum sequencer!


  • Clear and easy interface.
  • Number of steps selectable (up to 16).
  • Note per line selectable from 3 octaves with display.
  • Several play modes (forward-backward and so on).
  • Syncs to host – clock divider adjustable.
  • Sequence transpose by MIDI input .
  • MIDI ouput channel selectable.
  • Automatable in the DAW.
  • Sequences can be saved as VST plugin presets.
  • Random play.
  • MIDI-ouput; any plugin or synthesizer can be used as sound source.
  • Low on CPU.

Blip2000 is a VST-plugin for Windows. The application is free, but displays a startup “nag” screen. Donating to the developer eliminates the nag screen.

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