Mise - Sequencer for R6

Multi-instrument sequencer.

(8 Votes)
1.27 (Updated 3 years ago)
September 23, 2015
Reaktor 6
Instrument Sequencer


Monophonic trig-based MIDI sequencer for multiple instruments.

View A is for playback, view B is for editing.
Pitch, Gate, Hold, and a modulation controller.
Supports triggering by trig / roll button, or by midi.
Quantisation, quantised graphic editing, and direct draw.
Patterns and pattern sequences - songish.
Copy-paste / clean function.

This upload has 24 channels, powered individually.
Classic reaktor look, made in primary with a clean design structure.
Contains only control-rate modules, CPU usage is 0.1% on my i5.

Getting started:
Once the instrument is inserted into the ensemble, new virtual instruments show up for connections, labeled 01 - 24, these are the MIDI OUT connectors, sending on midi-channel 1 by default. Use the internal connection feature, and connect your instruments to these ports. ...
(Properties -> connect => internal) These virtual instruments can be found in the structure as well. (Bottom line of Mise-sequencer -> channels -> channels view)
Each item on the panel has a quick description about it's function.

Tips and tricks.
Its faster to click on your instruments, and connect internally to 01-24, then in the sequencer.
The list on view B can be edited and the labels renamed according to the connected instruments.
Use the big blue quantized editor mainly for editing. The editable memory display is for small enhancements, and corrections. Each note must have 3 parameters set, Pitch, Gate, Hold.
I suggest to use modulation on separate channels - as each instruments can be used with any number of channels - also, poly-sequencing is possible this way.
The red/orange/blue/purple on under the tap / trigger block are click-able input fields.
External MIDI IN devices can be used to set these values, and please note the MIDI IN filter options on the bottom right.
The Songish module dictates the master song-pattern, to each song-pattern-number different channel-patterns can be assigned.
The green light of the display switches for each channel are clickable, they can be used to turn channels on or off temporary.
The modulation parameter uses CC 1 by default.
Extending to more channels should be easy, with a little study of the channels structure.

Feel free to contact me to ask questions.


István Király
4 years ago
Updated the instrument - and extended the descriptions.
Greg Killmaster
4 years ago
I'm sorry to ask, but I can't figure out how to hook this up. Looks great and useful!
andreas haun
4 years ago
try it tonit
ae ae
4 years ago
Thank You István