Polyend Seq v2.0 (Sneak Preview)

Polyend shared this sneak preview of Seq v2, a major update for their hardware step sequencer.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

New firmware v2.0 for Polyend Seq MIDI Sequencer is still in the beta phase (join if you like). Besides the per track tempo dividers/multipliers, it will bring a number of other functions like improved rolls and manual step retriggering (great for live performance).

Seq is getting seqxier 😉

The update is currently in beta testing and availability is still to be announced.

10 thoughts on “Polyend Seq v2.0 (Sneak Preview)

  1. Seqxier, indeed! These developers are sincerely interested in making a powerful platform for music making. Their inclusion of a very wide set of chords (and perhaps at some point a more extensive set of scales), as well as adding tempo factors per track, makes for a very versatile beast.

      1. there’s some old 80’s atari computer that runs cubase 1.0 (or some super old build) and the midi clock is supposedly superior to any hardware or software on the market today. people still use it for super quantize dance genres like dnb. i think that’s what he means by “cubase style”.

  2. I agree the price is “boutique”, which it is. There are a couple of strong selling features: 1. it is a center-piece of creative work– you have tactile and visual representation of ideas. 2. the company cares about creative power and flexibility– so updates will add new features designed to open more doors. 3. It is generously sized so you can see a large window of work/control without paging. 4. It seems well designed and durably built.

    Ok, that said, I have a vision of my dream step sequencer, and this isn’t quite it for me. If I had more room, and more dough, I’d get one in a heartbeat.

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