MIDI Sequencer for the TD-3 analog bassline synth

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1.0 (Updated 1 month ago)
May 12, 2022
Reaktor 6
Instrument Sequencer


This is a MIDI Sequencer for the Behringer TD-3, clone of the TB-303 synthesizer of the Roland. You can make up to 16-step (or 32) bass-line sequence while playing the sequence. And you can write the finished sequence to your TD-3 manually, more easily.

1. Connect the TD-3 (or something like that).
2. Launch the Reaktor and "Audio and MIDI settings".
3. Choose MIDI -> Outputs -> TD-3 On.
4. Launch this sequencer and create your sequence.
Press the space bar to run the sequencer.
"Initialize" preset is useful, so be careful not to overwrite it.
MIDI keyboards are useful for making ideas.
5. Write the sequence to the TD-3 manually (if you need).

The sound examples compare the TD-3 inner sequencer and this sequencer.


5 days ago
Hello! I'm trying to modify this sequencer and i have an oscillator hooked up at the end to test it. When i have two steps (like step 3 and 4) activated and set to the same pitch, i have to set the pitch fader of the second step (4) to 0 if i want them to have the same pitch. Otherwise the pitch is higher than the previous step that has the same setting. Is this a bug or am i doing something wrong? Greeetings and thank you for sharing your sequencer. Bolle