Sequencers

Discussion in 'Synths / Samplers & VSTi' started by fibes, Jan 23, 2002.

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  1. fibes

    fibes Active Member

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    I would like to play my drums to a sequencer. I want to download songs from the internet and load them into the sequencer. I plan on buying something like a Proteus for a sound source. As far as the sequencer is concerned, do I need a computer and what software is good? Or is there a stand-alone unit that would work. I would prefer a stand-alone unit if it makes sense. I know very little about this subject and would appreciate any info that can be provided. Thank you.
     
  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

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    Fibes if you are on your way to Amsterdam isn't the "sequence" going to be. Drop off suitcase, find coffee shop - BECOME SUDDENLY VERY HUNGRY!
    :D
     
  3. meriphew

    meriphew Guest

    The Yamaha Rm1x is a great, fairly easy to use, stand alone sequencer.

     
  4. laggy

    laggy Guest

    As far as stand-alone sequencers are concerned, many people swear by the MPC 2000.
     

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