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pantsofdeath: Senode Overview

Reader pantsofdeath brings us an overview of the wild new sequencer Senode!

Reader Comments 4

This seems like an interesting sequencer that looks like a lot of fun. But I have to agree with POD on being able to set probability on the paths. That would make this app much more appealing to me.
November 13, 2017  | person Laarz
Thank you very much for this. I couldn't decide about this one, but I think I'm sold. Your demo videos not only show me what the app does, and how to get up and going with an app... but your videos also tell me where their might be areas for improvement, or something missing that you'd like to see added at some point. Gives a great overview from your perspective. Also like how if something briefly stumps you, you stick with it until you figure out what's going on, instead of just glossing over it and sticking with presets only. Love that.

Again, thanks for taking the time with this. Much appreciated. :)
November 13, 2017  | person skiphunt
I can’t stop using this thing. It’s the perfect paradigm for a performance sequencer. Yes it needs some more features, but as a start it’s amazing. Only a fellow drummer could come up with an idea like this! 😜
November 14, 2017  | person DrüMünkey
POD like Tim always reminds me what huge fun computer music can be, many thanks. It would be mad fun syncing this with WR6000
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