Polyphonic Multi-Effect Sequencer For Mac

Sinevibes releases Sequential 3.0      14/08/14
Polyphonic Multi-Effect Sequencer For Mac

Sinevibes has released Sequential 3.0, which they describe as a completely new polyphonic multi-effect plugin for Mac. Sequential allows you to trigger different processing and synthesis algorithms in a rhythmical fashion. It features a total of 19 fine-tuned effects that filter, distort, reshape, stutter and even generate audio – all, says Sinevibes, with flexibility to add gentle spice or dramatically transform any material. The sequencer has a vast number of timing and shaping adjustments, while the whole plugin stores 8 separate parameter snapshots that can be automated or switched in real time.

A spokesperson told us, "As usual with Sinevibes software, Sequential has a clean, colour-coded interface which is extremely easy to use. With lively animations and instant responsiveness, it makes up for a really organic, natural user experience. Altogether, this makes Sequential an extremely capable and inspiring tool that completely re-architects loops, creates unique breaks, fills and transitions, or turns any static, lifeless sound into a dancing masterpiece."


  • Nineteen dedicated effects processors: low-pass and high-pass filters, barber-pole phaser, circuit-bent filter, wave transformer, sample rate and bit depth reduction, analog drive, ring modulator, frequency shifter, sine oscillator, phase oscillator, glitch oscillator, shot noise, white noise, flanger, resonator, chorus, granulator.
  • Step sequencer with up to 32 steps, variable duration, timing and swing.
  • Eight full instance snapshots, multiple utility and randomisation functions.
  • Advanced transport sync algorithm with support for tempo and time signature automation.
  • Audio Unit plugin compatible with 32/64 bit Intel Macs with support for Retina screen resolution.


Pricing and Availability:
Sequential 3.0 is immediately available for $49. It's a free update to all existing Sequential users.

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