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Version 3 introduces support for VST effects and instruments, but only the latest VST 3 standard, which hasn’t been widely adopted by third-party developers. As such, Sequel works with Steinberg (https://dybdoska.ru/hack/?patch=325)’s own (very expensive) plugin range, plus those from a handful of other developers such as iZotope and Brainworx; plugins from leading publishers such as Native Instruments, Waves and Arturia aren’t compatible. This is disappointing, but it isn’t a disaster; Sequel 2 users coped without any kind of VST support.
Sequel 3 has everything you need to make your ideas fly and shine in the best most possible way. Plus, it’s easy to use: recording and performing music is as intuitive as you would like it to be, and comes with an array of quality recording and editing tools you wouldn’t expect in an entry-level workstation.
Since its launch in 2007, Sequel (click to read more) has inexplicably flown under many people's radar. Steinberg (https://dybdoska.ru/hack/?patch=5857) has more experience than anyone when it comes to developing music software, so it's surprising that their entry-level DAW is often overlooked.
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Version 3/0 adds some new features and streamlines some existing ones, but the program hasn't undergone a radical overhaul — which is fine, because it didn't need one. The user interface is largely unchanged, and remains recognisably similar to previous versions and to its competitors.
We suspect the real reason for VST 3 compatibility is to allow Steinberg (https://dybdoska.ru/hack/?patch=6578) to port existing Cubase plugins over to Sequel (https://dybdoska.ru/hack/?patch=8609). There’s HALion Sonic SE, a sample-based virtual instrument that comes with more than 500 high-quality sounds and reasonable scope to tweak settings. Prologue is a synthesiser with a tendency towards complex, yet somewhat digital-sounding noises. Groove Agent One is a drum machine that accommodates up to 128 sampled sounds, each with its own pitch, volume envelope and filter settings. There are thousands of bundled drum samples, but they aren’t tagged by genre for easy browsing.
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Steinberg's Sequel (navigate to this website) is one of several applications which, like Sony's Acid, Apple's GarageBand and Acoustica's Mixcraft, is equipped with tools including integrated time‑stretch and pitch‑shifting for manipulating sampled loops, and supplied with pre‑made libraries of content to play with. Although targeted at beginners, these packages are deceptively powerful, and capable of producing quite professional‑sounding results. Our last encounter with Sequel was back in 2007, when version 1/0 had not long been released. Since then, the application has been updated, as applications will be, and the current version is 3/0. A fair selection of new features has been added, but the price has been kept low and the emphasis remains on ease of use, with beginners on a budget still forming the target audience.
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This is a nicely implemented guitar‑amp simulator, capable of producing an impressive range of recognisably classic guitar sounds. Its user interface is clear and simple, with just six control knobs and a large library of usable presets. Many of these include additional effects such as distortion or reverb, represented as miniature stomp boxes, which are not editable.
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Arrangements can be recorded as performances or simply edited on the fly to create live mixes. The new Step Envelopes feature is also a great addition, making it easy to modulate imported audio clips or loops using tempo-synced effects.
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Selecting a MIDI or audio part in the Arrange Zone allows you to access the piano roll or waveform editor, respectively, in the Multi Zone, and to choose insert and/or send effects for that track's mixer channel. New audio and MIDI parts can be recorded from whatever input hardware you happen to have available (your computer's audio inputs, say, or an external MIDI keyboard). External MIDI controllers can also be assigned to application and plug‑in parameters. Audio files are auditioned simply by clicking their names in the Media Bay. Double‑click a file and it will be added to the arrangement on a new audio track, where it can have its start and end points adjusted, be copied and pasted, and so on. MIDI files are handled in pretty much the same way: double‑click one and a MIDI track is automatically created with an appropriate instrument assigned.
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We're sure Steinberg doesn't expect many experienced producers to switch from Cubase, but beginners should definitely check it out. For anyone interested in a simple route into DAWs, Sequel is an attractively priced option with a great range of features and a neat, carefully considered workflow which makes music production easy to get into.
Version 3 is clearly the most accomplished incarnation of Sequel to date. The addition of plug-in support, the Beat Page and a number of smaller tweaks make the software even easier to use and more versatile.
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Sequel's Beat Page is a dedicated area for creating intricate rhythmical patterns. Here the users find Groove Agent ONE, a powerful drum sampler with over 60 drum kits, and the step sequencing Beat Designer tool.
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Programming drum patterns on the Beat Page — whether with single hits, loops, or a combination of both — couldn't be much simpler. The supplied sound library includes plenty of usable stuff, and it's easy to mix it up with sounds from your own collection. The Beat Page arguably favours ease of use over flexibility, but that's no bad thing in an application targeted at newcomers.
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However, version 3 adds several features that look set to make Sequel significantly more flexible
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Both the quality and variety of the sounds on offer is striking, and the clean sounds are every bit as good as the dirty ones, which is not always the case with digital emulations. There are some nice imitations of vintage 'tweed' and 'silverface' combos, for instance, along with the standard rock and metal stacks. In a nice cosmetic touch, the plug‑in's graphics change to match the amp type in use. VST Amp Rack can be used either to liven up sampled guitar parts from the library, or to record new guitar parts, DI'd into your computer. It's as easy to use as a real guitar amp, and does a pretty good job of sounding like one (or, rather, like several).
The new Step Envelopes let you control effect and mixer parameters on a per‑slice basis. Five different Step Envelope types exist: Level, Pan, Decay, Pitch and Reverse. Steps are either auto‑detected from transients such as single hits within drum loops, or imposed in a quarter‑, eighth‑ or 16th‑note grid for less straightforwardly rhythmic sounds. Select the tool corresponding to the desired envelope type and you can either draw in 'ramps' (for instance, with the level tool, to create a crude fade-in or fade-out), or assign discrete values for individual steps. You could, for instance, use the reverse tool to reverse every third step. A Randomize button generates random values for each step, which are applied using the currently selected tool; this is a quick and easy way to produce variations on a loop.
Beat Tracks, and the Beat Page editor shown here, provide simple and effective tools for drum programming. The Beat Page consists of a simple step sequencer paired with the integrated Groove Agent One drum sampler. The sampler can load up to eight banks of 16 sounds, each one automatically assigned its own 'lane' in the step sequencer. Various ready‑made 'pattern banks' can be selected in the Media Bay. Dragging and dropping a pattern bank into the Arrange Zone automatically creates a new Beat Track. You can also create your own kits by manually loading sound files into the sampler. Each sample can be tuned up or down as required, be reversed, and have amp and filter envelopes applied.
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The new Beat Page view is particularly neat, tying together all Sequel's drum tools including Groove Agent ONE and the Beat Designer step sequencer for generating patterns. Numerous pre-configured Pattern Banks are also provided in the MediaBay, allowing quick access to a range of drum loops and sample setups.
While Sequel focuses heavily on loops, Cubase is aimed at users who aren't afraid to play and program. The big advantage of Elements is that if you learn its workflow then you'll be in familiar territory if you choose to upgrade to the full version of Cubase. Don't rush into a purchase without checking both products out first.
The library of supplied MIDI and audio loops makes it possible to sketch out a simple backing track quickly and easily. Vocals or other instruments can then be overdubbed and edited as required, the relative levels adjusted in the Multi Zone's mixer, and the finished project exported as a sound file in either WAV, AIFC, AIFF or OGG formats (or MP3, while the MP3 encoder demo lasts).