Sequencomat – midistepsequencer

My main product at is a stepsequencer series called SEQUENCOMAT. While all my other interfaces for the Lemur are free, I charge money for version 2 and 3 of the Sequencomat. The core engine of the sequencer is done in max5 and works with the free maxruntime (It is not a max4live patch, but works parallel with m4l). All SEQUENCOMAT have 8 tracks, 16 steps and a track- and stepmute. But the other functions differ (as described here and in the manuals)


Sequencomat V3

V3 is my flagship. It is that kind of stepsequencer I dreamed about even before getting my Lemur. It got detailed stepvalues for each track opening a wide range of expression. Since V3.2 it also contains a random value, switchable for each step, on velocity, length and cc and a propability value, if each step is played or not. In combination with the automatic pattern chain you can create ever changing pattern combination, but you can also controll each part of the sequence if you want to. From an artist perspective I specially like that border between structure and non-structure.

The functions of this sequencer can mess up with many hardware stepsequencers. And the ergonomic surface allows clear and fast interaction.

Complete manual with screenshots here.

clock: rewire, master, slave / 100 patterns

trackvalues: steprange, startpoint, timing, playdirection, midichannel

stepvalues: octave, note, velocity, length, delay, propability, cc

lemur memory: 41%

price: 99,- Euro

…get in mail contact with me for further details.

Sequencomat V2 (the red one)

The previous V2 was my first sequencer with independent steprange and timing on each track. That enables polyrhythmic patterns, which are a very interesting. Also an independent midichannel on each track was integrated (saved within the pattern!), which gives more freedom in routing the note information. However, then main lack of this tool is that it got no stepvalues, everything is handled trackwise. That means a BD with another velocity will need another track (at last within that pattern). On the other side that “trackvalues only” concept gives a clear and nice to watch interface with the focus on the track interaction.

You can read a manual of V2 with many screenshots here.

clock: rewire / 16 patterns

trackvalues: steprange, startpoint, timing, playdirection, midichannel, octave, note, velocity, length, delay

stepvalues: only on/off

lemur memory: 78%

price: ….V2 is no more availabe


Sequencomat V1 (the green one)

The first V1 already has more than 900 downloads in the JM-user section. It is the simplest sequencer, but also a lot of fun. If your main target is more adding some drums only, that might be the right one.

See the complete manual of Sequencomat V1 here.

clock: rewire / 16 patterns

global vlaues: steprange, startpoint, timing, playdirection, midichannel

trackvalues: octave, note, velocity, length

stepvalues: only on/off

lemur memory: 50%

V1 is free, you can download it at Jazzmutant user area.

V1 was also re-released 2012 on iPad: SequencomatV1@Liine


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Comparison of sequencomat V1 and V3

In this video I compare Sequencomat V3.2 and free V1