Software Step Sequencer

Defective Records release the M185 designed by RYK and based on the Roland System 100m      30/03/11

Defective Records have released the M185 , a MIDI-enabled software recreation of the hardware M185 step sequencer, designed by RYK - developed with their input. They tell us that it includes virtually all major functions from the hardware M185, and adds many new ones specific to the software version:
  • Multi-stage step sequencer with stage-selectable gate modes
  • Gate modes include Mute, Single, Multi and Hold
  • Trill mode available when in Multi mode within a stage
  • Polyphonic potential when using long Note Length values
  • Each stage can be from 1 to 8 clock pulses in length
  • Internal or MIDI clock control
  • Built-in clock divide capability
  • MIDI output to any hardware or software synth
  • VST instrument hosting
  • 16 preset slots for instant recall of parameters
  • Presets can be saved to and loaded from disk
Pricing and Availability:
$35 USD More information:

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