Multi-Effect Sequencer Updated

Sinevibes releases Sequential 2.0      19/03/13

Multi-Effect Sequencer Updated


Sinevibes has announced Sequential 2.0, described as multi-effect sequencer Audio Unit plugin. They tell us that this new version has been totally reworked from the ground up according to a newly-developed design language, it also brings two new effect types and a host of other improvements. Here's the details in Sinevibes' own words...

Effects galore

Sequential features a total of 16 fine-tuned algorithms which filter, distort or even synthesise sound - with phaser and frequency shifter just added in version 2.0. Regardless of the music genre, you can add subtle spice or completely warp everything. Even a plain static waveform becomes a whole performance on its own.

Polished precision


With fast and seamless switching, as well as variable sequencer rate and swing ratio, Sequential easily matches the timing of any part. Each effect has its own unique character and dynamic response, inviting you to explore this tool like a musical instrument.

Engaging workflow

Sequential features a sleek user interface which puts all of its features right at your disposal. With clever colour coding and visual feedback, it instantly gets into your creative flow. In fact, using Sequential almost feels like playing a game - proving that work and fun can mix.


Sequential 2.0  comes in 32/64-bit AudioUnit plugin format for OS X 10.6 or later, and supports Retina screen resolution.

Pricing and Availability:


Sequential 2.0 is immediately available for $39 and is a free update to existing users.


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