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RE: Anyone using a sequencer?

You need an OctaTrack, eight midi tracks whoch you can live record to... eight "normal" track that can play samples, have sequenced effects, pitch shift, rate shift apply effects, eight RECODERS that allows you to sample and replay live.. as well as pitch (and play the sample via midi). Diffrent length of tracks allows for polyrhytmic stuff, great effects. MPC's are not that good at live sampling.. (as you can tell I love the OctaTrack) OS1 will probaly come in september, i believe beta is on for OS1 (and the beta OS has better MIDI that the current 0.998, or a believe so ;-) ) 
There might even be a LOOPING machine in future upgrades.... already the OctaTrack is a amazing and unique machine (rave over)

Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2011 17:41:00 -0500
Subject: Anyone using a sequencer?
From: marcusloops@gmail.com
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com

I currently have an electribe sampler that I use to send midi clock to my moog mp, which spits out cv/midi to my looper and time-based pedals.
I think I need a sequencer though. I need the ability to send various midi notes to my echoplex, as well as send subdivision info to the moog; dotted 8th on delay, quarter note on trem, etc. It would be cool if I could use different drum sampler to trigger different rhythms for my pedals as well.
The mpc line looks ideal, and it can send quite a bit of midi info out. Since it can also function as a sampler, that would be rad, as would sequencing bass lines for my analog synth.
Any suggestions?