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Sequencing MIDI and audio (mac)
 A sequencer is used to build a piece of music from different successive and/or simultaneous elements. Depending on the sequencer used, these elements can include sound files, MIDI files or both. A sequencer generally has several tracks, each containing an instrument or voice. Depending on computer power, the piece of music can include a greater or lesser number of tracks and be of longer or shorter duration. 


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08 Jan 2004 - This software is a VST plug-in with which you can play 54 sound samples from a MIDI keyboard. It requires a software programme that uses VST plug-ins, an external or internal (virtual) keyboard and a number of sound samples (short sound files).
Skill level: Average 
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16 Sep 2003 - Tutorial Sequencer: recording, audio editing, audio processing, Sequence, Mixing
Skill level : medium 
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