YouTuber Jay Hosking uses Fugue Machine to sequence a whole table full of hardware synths! This starts off slow as he brings in the individual instruments, but it sounds great once he gets it all going.
A live, semi-improvised jam, all on hardware, and inspired by the creative limitations of Fugue Machine. This is my first foray into iPad-sequencing territory, and I'm impressed with how unlike Fugue Machine is to anything else I have. I'm looking forward to composing more with it.
Alexandernaut Fugue Machine (on an iPad) — sequencer
Novation Peak — slow, high thing
Arturia MicroFreak + Empress Zoia — faster arp thing
Dreadbox Hades + Meris Mercury 7 — melodic thing
Behringer Model D + OTO Bam — bass thing
Written and recorded within a 24-hour period, and uploaded as is, with only a little compression/limiting on the master.