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Universal Midi Pattern Sequencer

(13 Votes)
1.1 (Updated 10 years ago)
November 15, 2010
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sequencer


UniPat is a universal MIDI pattern sequencer for any hardware synthesizer compatible with CC or NRPN data.

- Pattern sequencer (max 32 steps)
- 5 step sequencers (max 32 steps)
- Adjustable global Shuffle amount
- Freely definable controllers (CC and NRPN)
- Patterns can be shifted back and forth, raised and scaled up and down
- Copy and paste of patterns
- Additional controls include Tune, Gate duration, and Gate threshold

- Enable Info View to get help for individual panel elements.
- Table data are NOT stored with the snapshots but with the entire ensembel. Therefore modifying the table data has impact on all snapshots using this sequence.
- Copy and paste table data across snapshots easily using the global buffers in the top right corner.
- Only the visible data in the sequence table is affected by shift, scale, raise, copy and paste. Thus, by varying the length of the sequence table, you can shift, copy or paste parts of the sequence.

2010 by Kim Bostroem


8 years ago
thank you!
Kim Joris Boström
9 years ago
Ah, I just notice that this is the *universal* sequencer. There is one especially designed for the TETRA. My advice actually corresponds to that one!
Kim Joris Boström
9 years ago
Hi Fletch, scusi for my late reply, I was absorbed and not looking into this forum for some time :-/ In Reaktor standalone, it should immediately work if you have Tetra connected and enabled in Reaktor's MIDI output settings. In hosts I only made it work in Cubase. Other hosts (Ableton, Logic) do not seem to send out MIDI data from a plugin :-( Once the connection works, you can just select one of the sample sequences and hit play, then you should hear the TETRA working. It's good to have Multimode enabled on the TETRA, you can do it (if it's not already in the preset) by clicking the Multimode button in the ensemble. This makes the TETRA play all sequences as a separate voice. Please let me know if this does work for you
Fletcher Kaufman
9 years ago
How does this work with the tetra kim? I'll give it a try as the sequencers I built for my editor were always a lil off. thanks for the hard work!