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Hello, i think the seq v4 software is already capable of doing all that. check out its remote control functions and midi implementation.
As regards hardware, you can go any way. Lots of commercial devices offer pads and sliders, just program them to control the SEQ . If you want a quick and relatively standard solution, buy an existing controller for sure: a Kord Pad Kontrol, a Launchpad, a Mackie, a Presonus fader port, a stein berg cmc or cc121, a keyboard controller with some pads & sliders. So many options out there...
DIY is for the love of building and / or if you want something extraordinary -like the unbeatable SEQ V4. It is definitely neither cheaper nor faster than ready-made hardware. If you do want to build - NG is the way to go as Shruriken suggests.
Hello there , started a thread about the possibility to "adapt/transform" the midibox seq in some way of akai mpc sequencer "structure" ,
song->patterns->tracks->notes and parameters
64 midi tracks per pattern
8 midi out
2 midi in
smpte sync as well
16 pads/buttons for instant or next bar or beat - track or pattern play
8 faders for hand control on midi parameters each fader with a button for on-off
are they too many things for a midibox seq engine ?
thanks in advance for any about