Chord Groovebox

Sugar Bytes announce Consequence the Chord Sequencer      08/12/08

Chord Groovebox


Buying Choices
Sugar Bytes tell us that the newest member of their product family will stir up your tracks and galvanize your production routine. Here's what they have to say about Consequence...
Chords are organized via sequencer, cut in arpeggios and converted to delightful basslines, charming melodies and seemingly unreal textures of sound.
CONSEQUENCE is a chord groovebox thats both overflowing with possibilities and enabling an intuitive workflow, capturing any of your ideas directly via audiorecorder. An extensive sound library contains all kinds of instruments – from powerful analogue synths to most subtle violins.
CONSEQUENCE is a compositioning tool for you to try out chord patterns in a matter of seconds. This mega-instrument also mutates everything you play via MIDI into the discosound of tomorrow.
Main Features
  • 3 sample-based oscillators with independent envelopes and gate selection for overlaying chords with arpeggios.
  • 32-step sequencers for chord selection, gate, performance (arp, tie, multi-trigger, octave, glide) and modulation.
  • New sound design features like polyphonic frequency-dependent sample rate reduction and aging.
  • Included kick 4/4 kick drum for easy groove orientation.
  • Multi-effect with 5 effects (reverse, chorus, phaser, delay, reverb).
  • Master compressor (can be driven by 4/4 kick via sidechain).
  • Monophonic and polyphonic 5-mode filter (lp, bp, hp, br, comp) with independent gate selection.
  • Pattern change via MIDI note.
  • MIDI input for sequencing chords in realtime.
  • MIDI output for triggering MIDI compatible gear.
  • Easy chord creation via chordmaker, chord-recording and manual chord drawing.
  • Audio recorder for session recording or for creating loops.
  • 200 first class sounds available.
  • Split preset system can combine sound-, sequence- and chord-presets.
Pricing and Availability:
149€ / $199 More information:



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