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Music '''sequencers''' can be roughly categorized by the type of data they produce, and may refer to:<!-- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_sequencer and https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=100872 -->
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This is a disambiguation page. '''{{PAGENAME}}s''' can be roughly categorized by the type of data they produce, and may refer to:<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_sequencer Music sequencer], Wikipedia</ref><ref>[https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=100872 Sequencer Analog / Digital], Muff Wiggler forum, Dec 2013</ref>
* [[Analog sequencer]]s, output [[CV/Gate]] control signals and may also support the [[DIN sync]] interface. In use are more for hands on control.
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* [[Analog sequencer]]s, 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 sequencer]]s, implemented in hardware and/or software and can have various outputs. Enable control that is algorithmic.
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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.
* [[MIDI sequencer]]s, send [[MIDI]] signals. These are found implemented both in hardware and software.
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* [[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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== References ==
{{iwWikipedia|Music_sequencer}}{{iwEMWiki}}{{iwSequencer}}{{iwSynthwiki}}
 
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== External links ==
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* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_sequencer Music sequencer], Wikipedia
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* [http://electronicmusic.wikia.com/wiki/Sequencer Sequencer], Electronic Music Wiki
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* [https://www.sequencer.de/synth/index.php/Category:Sequencer Category:Sequencer], Synth Wiki.de
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* [https://www.synthwiki.nl/wiki/Categorie:Sequencers Category:Sequencers], SynthWiki.nl
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Latest revision as of 21:47, 13 November 2017

This is a disambiguation page. Sequencers can be roughly categorized by the type of data they produce, and may refer to:[1][2]

  • 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.

References

  1. ^ Music sequencer, Wikipedia
  2. ^ Sequencer Analog / Digital, Muff Wiggler forum, Dec 2013

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