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Step Sequencer

Postby Kristopher » 21:08, 26 October 2016

Am I correct in understanding that the DS-88 has no step sequencer?
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Re: Step Sequencer

Postby o carl » 21:50, 25 November 2016

is there in future update possible, to use external usb-memory. To expand pattern lenght. Would be great to have more than 8 measure. than one track in the pattern sequencer can be useful as a real time recorder with hundreds of measure
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Re: Step Sequencer

Postby Tothead » 14:10, 21 December 2016

Kristopher wrote:Am I correct in understanding that the DS-88 has no step sequencer?


there is an 8 pad sequencer, thats what the new DS is all about :)
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Re: Step Sequencer

Postby Michael Anders » 19:54, 21 January 2017

The sequencer in the Juno-DS is a realtime sequencer, not a step sequencer.
I use a Novation Circuit as a partner to my Juno-DS. The Circuit has 2 Stepsequencers with 8 bars and 1 Drumsequencer with 8 bars.
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Re: Step Sequencer

Postby sunjar » 05:23, 30 April 2017

o carl wrote:is there in future update possible, to use external usb-memory. To expand pattern lenght. Would be great to have more than 8 measure. than one track in the pattern sequencer can be useful as a real time recorder with hundreds of measure


Yes, the 8 measure is very limited for use, I am also very hope the Roland can provide some upgrade that can expand pattern length.
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Re: Step Sequencer

Postby sunjar » 05:24, 30 April 2017

Michael Anders wrote:The sequencer in the Juno-DS is a realtime sequencer, not a step sequencer.
I use a Novation Circuit as a partner to my Juno-DS. The Circuit has 2 Stepsequencers with 8 bars and 1 Drumsequencer with 8 bars.


Could you tell me what what difference of realtime sequencer against step sequencer? Thanks.
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Re: Step Sequencer

Postby gris » 07:01, 30 April 2017

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Re: Step Sequencer

Postby Tothead » 07:59, 2 June 2017

sunjar wrote:
Could you tell me what what difference of realtime sequencer against step sequencer? Thanks.


Step sequencer - you enter notes step by step, the sequencer is "paused" and records every note or blank you select, when you press it.

Realtime sequencer - it runs constantly and loops (on 2,4,8,16,32,64 step etc.) while you just add notes on the go to it. There are 8 sequences which all share the same length, which can be played at once. Check this video I made recently to give a clear overview on basic Juno DS sequencer functions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fLVtbwmfyI
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