mini.SEQ Pocket Sequencer (Sneak Preview)

B&C Audio shared this sneak preview of the mini.SEQ an upcoming ‘pocket sequencer’.

The sequencer is currently under development, but it supports 8 bars of 16 steps, with 4-voice polyphony. It supports recording using MIDI In, live or step recording. It also supports USB MIDI, so you can record MIDI to or from your DAW.

Pricing is expected to be in the range of 45€-65€. Other details are to be announced.

8 thoughts on “mini.SEQ Pocket Sequencer (Sneak Preview)

  1. Give it a hdmi cable for a screen and , arrangement page, key edit 16 tracks of midi.
    I like this , but am waiting for a hardware sequencer as good as ataris

  2. Super cool. Wonder if you can transpose the sequence via the MIDI input? Would have extra appeal for me if the MIDI input could be (optionally) switched to an analog clock input. Double bonus if that could be either straight clock or step advance.

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