In this video, composer Benn Jordan reviews Zaquencer, an alternative firmware for the Behringer BCR2000 that turns turns the MIDI controller into a powerful step sequencer.
- Monologueue: 0:39
- Firmware Installation Tutorial 3:58
- Walkthrough 7:37
- Completely Generative Chords/Bass: 14:40
- More Generative Stuff: 17:42
- MIDI Looping! 18:16
Pricing and Availability
Zaquencer is available for €79,00 at the ZAQ Audio site. A demo version is also available.
9 thoughts on “Zaquencer Step Sequencer Review & Hands-On Demo”
Wow…I have one…I can see getting into this….
“Built like a tank… Ive owned 6” lol
I got one with the layout sticker and I love it. Cool for polyrhythms stuff.
News from 2014 about special fimware for a Behringer controller that has been discontinued…
This is a brand new video review of firmware that completely re-purposes gear that many people have lying around their studio.
Just because something isn’t brand new doesn’t mean we should ignore it.
Haven’t used mine in a while because power button broke even with low usage. Annoying. But it’s a great firmware hack. I should update and re-use.
Dude, a power button is super easy to fix, even if you do t know what you’re doing. YouTube to the rescue!
Looks very cool. Too bad the Behringer BCR2000 has been long discontinued.
Not that long ago, it was discontinued last year I think. Tragic really, it’s a great piece of kit