New Patches For Rob Papen BLUE

Book Of Sequences is a collection of 440 sequences for the VSTi Synthesizer      16/03/07

New Patches For Rob Papen BLUE


Equinox Sounds has released Book Of Sequences Pro Chapters 1-2-3-4-5, a collection of 440 sequences for Rob Papen BLUE VSTi Synthesizer by synth programmer BearNaomh.
This first instalment of Book Of Sequences Pro consists of 5 Chapters. Each Chapter contains a bank with 30 patches and all of them are sequences in Simple, Arpeggio and Chord mode. Here is the list:
  • CHAPTER 1: 24 Sequences at 75 BPM in Simple mode and 6 at 75 BPM in Chord mode.
  • CHAPTER 2: 30 Sequences at 100 BPM in Simple mode.
  • CHAPTER 3: 18 Sequences at 120 BPM in Simple mode and 12 at 120 BPM in Arpeggio mode.
  • CHAPTER 4: 30 Sequences at 150 BPM in Simple mode.
  • CHAPTER 5: 22 Sequences at 150 BPM in Chord mode and 8 at 150 BPM in Arpeggio mode.
Some of the patches contain some variations and those can be found in a section called "Appendix A". The total number of patches in this collection is 440 ( 150 sequences from the Chapters plus the variations found on the Appendix). Pricing and Availability:
Book of Sequences Pro is currently available for 59 Euro as a download More information:



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