At Superbooth 16, we talked with gear startup Polyend about their upcoming SEQ WYSIWYG drum step sequencer.
The SEQ is a beautiful visual step sequencer – a bit like a monome on steroids.
In the video above, Polyend founder Piotr Raczynski gives an overview and demo of the SEQ. Raczynski calls the SEQ a ‘what you see is what you get’ (WYSIWYG) sequencer, because there is a row for each of its 8 channels, and each step of the sequence has a dedicated button.
The SEQ is designed primarily for sequencing percussion, and can be used with control voltage, MIDI and USB MIDI devices.
At the show, Polyend also generated a lot of interest with their PERC robotic MIDI percussion system, below.
Polyend’s PERC is now available for pre-order. Details are available at the Polyend site. Details on the pricing and availability of the SEQ are still to be announced.