Friday, April 17, 2009
The Zyklus' MIDI Performance System allows you to record sequences: 99 polyphonic single-channel sequences, to be exact.
These can be organised into groups of 12 sequences which are known as Configurations, of which the MPS allows you to store 24 in its internal memory.
Once you've recorded a few sequences and organised them into a Configuration, you can "play" them from a MIDI keyboard and from dedicated front-panel Control buttons.
These actions can in turn be recorded into one of 12 Performances. The important point to bear in mind is that the MPS's sequences are totally independent of one another.
You can treat the MPS as a 12-track sequencer, but that's only one of countless options available to you, and it's really missing the point.
If all you want is a multitrack sequencer you'd be better off investing in the "real thing", and saving a considerable amount of money in the process.
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