How many sequencers do you use?

Audio, MIDI and other software, not including effects or instruments

How many sequencers do you use on a regular basis?

Zero
1
0%
One
103
37%
Two
96
34%
Three
59
21%
Four
13
5%
Five
3
1%
Six or more
4
1%
 
Total votes: 279

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How many sequencers do you use?

Post by Jason Hyerstay » 26 Dec 2004, 09:55

We have one poll thread for people to choose their number one sequencer:

The Daw Poll - Redux

Now for a new one asking you: how many sequencers do you use on a regular basis? Not how many do you own, or how many are in your Applications folder, but how many do you acutally open up and use at least once a month?

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Post by tobyond » 26 Dec 2004, 10:10

I have Logic, Reason, Live and DP. I have been known to use them all at different points in production, but now since Logic 7, I only use Logic, it suits my work flow and I get a whole lot more done.

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Post by Ataru » 26 Dec 2004, 10:29

Logic Pro 7, Reason 2.5, Live 4, in that order. Trying to get totally comfortable with Logic so that I can work as much inside logic alone as possible.
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Post by Jason Hyerstay » 26 Dec 2004, 10:31

I use Logic Pro 7 and Live 4, but not together.

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Post by dadek » 26 Dec 2004, 10:37

Live 4, Pro Tools 6.7, and Logic Pro 7.
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Post by michael » 26 Dec 2004, 10:47

On a regular basis, Live 4 and Logic. Logic for it's dual CPU use, better MIDI and cool FX and plug ins, Live for it's song deconstruction and remixing abilities. When I didn't have the horespower for NI stuff, it was all about Reason. In a few months when I get some cash together I'll probably get DP upgraded to 4.5 as well.
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Post by fucanay » 26 Dec 2004, 11:29

I only use Logic, but Traction is looking pretty good. Dead simple!

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Post by kanker » 26 Dec 2004, 11:55

I use Logic Pro, Reason, and Cubase Se regularly. Logic gets the most attention though.
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Post by doktor242 » 26 Dec 2004, 12:32

Logic 6.4 and Reason 2.5 regularly. Cubase SX 1.06 very rarely.
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Post by Ubiety » 26 Dec 2004, 12:39

DP4.51, Reason 2.5, and Live 4. Just starting to get into Logic Express. If the best of these platforms could be combined into one it would be the best.

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Post by tribalogical » 26 Dec 2004, 17:59

Four:
Using either Live 4 and/or Cubase SX3 pretty much daily.... Logic 6 Pro 2 ~ 3 times a week, and Reason 2.5 at least once a week, depending on the production.....

I'm most comfortable with the SX interface & workflow, Live rewired or standalone is fab for all kinds of treatments, loops, and general composing/sketching... I use Logic both for its included plugins, and to collaborate with others who use Logic primarily.... and Reason is still a regular workhorse (there are sounds and constructs I can't create anywhere else), although these days I use it mostly rewired, almost as an "outboard plugin"...

I will say that getting smooth and functional in all four was pretty daunting (and when switching between them, still can be, now and then)... I can't imagine adding anything more..... it's bad enough every time a new plugin comes along! ;)

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Post by dreammaka » 26 Dec 2004, 18:31

Cubase SX3.
Logic pro 6( sometimes).
reason(most of the time rewired to cubase)

but I voted for 2.

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Post by bassntreble » 26 Dec 2004, 19:08

one- my brain....

everything else does the same thing with a different interface...
G5 2X1.8 • Tigah 10.4.8 • PTle 7.3.1cs2 • Live 6.0.7 • Reason 3.05 • MBox • UAD-1

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Post by Heritage » 26 Dec 2004, 19:31

I use them all as a result of my job. But....


Logic for composing without notes.
Sibelius for composing by score.
Cubase/Nuendo for mixing
Pro Tools for certian audio only projects.
Garage Band for teaching and education.

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Post by Rogue » 27 Dec 2004, 03:59

Logic on Mac
Sonar on PC

another 5 or 6 for testing purposes.
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