Check Out The Pyramid Sequencer


Squarp Instruments is a small company with only 3 engineers that just announced the availability of their cool sequencer called Pyramid. At the moment 100 Pyramids are available only for Europe which is a bummer. Squarp will make Pyramid available in the USA later this year. Read more below

Pyramid is a standalone sequencer which permits you to record polyphonic sequences whether by playing them live, with the incorporated keyboard or with an external controller, or by using the enhanced step-by-step/euclidean sequencer. It provides a number of real-time midi FXs, a parameter to manage tracks and also a sequence chaining tool. Its comprehensive operations, based upon 4 modes, has actually been conceived for both studio and also stage. Pyramid can take care of midi, CV/Gate and also USB, for a complete connectivity. A person can tailor the whole user interface, for that reason the person using it could delegate the accelerometer, touchpad, or any type of encoder to a vast array of inner controls. Ultimately, Pyramid enables the production of polyrythmic as well as polymetric sequences, practically without limitations, permitting untamed experimentation.

Price $799 USD

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