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Arturia Keystep - sequencing multiple midi channels in same sequence?

As I understand you can use 8 notes per step.. But can you use multiple midi channels for each note on that step? So , What I want to do is make a sequence containing notes on 8 midi channels.. So I want to record a bassline on channel 1, lead on channel 2, drums on channel 10 etc… And all in the same sequence. Is this possible?

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  • it isn't possible..

  • Maybe on Keystep Pro? Not sure

  • @vitocorleone123 said:
    Maybe on Keystep Pro? Not sure

    Yeah, I think that's one of the major features of the Pro. It's four independent sequencers.

  • On the Keystep you can sequence midi on 1 midi channel, and play over that sequence on another midi channel but you can't record that second channel data....

  • edited February 12

    Generally speaking, most midi sequencers are 1 track per MIDI channel.

    I have an ancient Yamaha QX21 2 track hardware sequencer and IIRC you could merge tracks with different midi channels to build up a fairly complex song, even though it was mainly a 2track device. Funny how it almost seems powerful today when we’re back to 8 and 16 step hardware sequencers. :-)

    I may have to break it out again one day when I want to make music but need a break from staring at pixels. I never thought I’d ever use it again when I ‘retired’ it about 30 years ago :lol:

  • Well, that sequencer widget is probably more like a simple polyphonic phrase recorder for jamming on top of it.

  • edited February 12

    @klownshed said:
    Generally speaking, most midi sequencers are 1 track per MIDI channel.

    I have an ancient Yamaha QX21 2 track hardware sequencer and IIRC you could merge tracks with different midi channels to build up a fairly complex song, even though it was mainly a 2track device. Funny how it almost seems powerful today when we’re back to 8 and 16 step hardware sequencers. :-)

    Yeah, I had a Roland mc50 that could record all midi channels on 1 track. Pretty cool sequencer... It's a pity it only does lineair recording, no patterns..

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