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* [[Digital sequencer]]s, implemented in hardware and/or software and can have various outputs. These enable an algorithmic level of control.
 
* [[Digital sequencer]]s, implemented in hardware and/or software and can have various outputs. These enable an algorithmic level of control.
 
* [[MIDI sequencer]]s, send [[MIDI]] signals. These are found implemented both in hardware and software. Some MIDI sequencers also offer CV/Gate and DIN sync interfacing.
 
* [[MIDI sequencer]]s, send [[MIDI]] signals. These are found implemented both in hardware and software. Some MIDI sequencers also offer CV/Gate and DIN sync interfacing.
* [[Step sequencer]]s, play patterns of single notes or concurrent patterns of single notes. ''See also [[Drum machine]] and [[Groovebox]].''
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* Gate or [[Step sequencer]]s, play patterns of single notes or concurrent patterns of single notes. ''See also [[Drum machine]] and [[Groovebox]].''
   
 
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Revision as of 00:02, 1 March 2016

Music sequencers can be roughly categorized by the type of data they produce, and may refer to:

  • Analog sequencers, output CV/Gate control signals and may also support the DIN sync interface. Are more for hands on control in composing or live performance.
  • Digital sequencers, implemented in hardware and/or software and can have various outputs. These enable an algorithmic level of control.
  • MIDI sequencers, send MIDI signals. These are found implemented both in hardware and software. Some MIDI sequencers also offer CV/Gate and DIN sync interfacing.
  • Gate or Step sequencers, play patterns of single notes or concurrent patterns of single notes. See also Drum machine and Groovebox.

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