A short annotated sneak peak at Studio Electronics‘ Circles from the sequencer’s designer, Marc Sirguy.
Studio Electronics is showing the sequencer this week at Musikmesse in Frankfurt, Germany. We’ll share more information about Circles as it becomes available.
6 thoughts on “Studio Electronics’ Circles Sequencer Sneak Peek”
I’ve just always loved what Studio Electronics has been about. Awesome guys as well.
I am not a fan of step sequencers as I like to edit midi using cubase but I would love to see a dedicated hardware sequencer that had a big screen, a mouse port etc
I thinks its time hardware sequencer where the next trend in music tech so we can do away with
I have a couple of MPCs but after using cubase etc I don’t find them much fun for sequencing.
This is a great step sequencer.
‘a dedicated hardware sequencer that had a big screen, a mouse port etc’
a computer running cubase?
just delete all the other apps and take out your wifi card etc
Then find I need operating system upgrades.
Timing issues /bloat ware slowing down work flow.
Over complicated page layouts,softsynths,plugins etc all in the way.
I know enough synth users frustrated by the lack of atari
Esque midi only sequencing.
I am back to using cubase elements seven.
if all your computer does is sequence then it never needs an os upgrade again, if your sequencer works well you never need to upgrade it.
part of the thing with harware sequencers is to work by ear. Ipad could do that though