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[[File:Zynpad 4x4.png|right|400px]]
 
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To access the sequencer, select '''Sequencer''' from the main menu or long press LAYER encoder. The first time you access the sequencer you will see a 4 x 4 grid of rectangles organised as 4 columns of colours. This view is called ZynPad and provides a live performance interface to ZynSeq. Each of rectangle represents a pad which may be used to play a sequence. Use of ZynPad is described later but first we need to add some sequences to play.
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To access the sequencer, select '''Sequencer''' from the main menu or long press LAYER encoder. The first time you access the sequencer you will see a 4 x 4 grid of rectangles organised as 4 columns of colours. This view is called ZynPad and provides a live performance interface to ZynSeq. Each rectangle represents a pad which may be used to play a sequence. Use of ZynPad is described later but first we need to add some sequences to play.
    
What is a sequence? A sequence is a collection of tracks which play in unison. By default each sequence has a single track. A sequence is a member of a group (indicated by its pad colour). Several sequences may be played simultaneously but those in the same group do not play concurrently.
 
What is a sequence? A sequence is a collection of tracks which play in unison. By default each sequence has a single track. A sequence is a member of a group (indicated by its pad colour). Several sequences may be played simultaneously but those in the same group do not play concurrently.
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What is a pattern? A pattern is a collection of MIDI events, e.g. notes. Each pattern has a duration in steps and may include as many simultaneous (polyphonic) notes as desired on each step. We will see how patterns are manipulated in the section Pattern Editor.
 
What is a pattern? A pattern is a collection of MIDI events, e.g. notes. Each pattern has a duration in steps and may include as many simultaneous (polyphonic) notes as desired on each step. We will see how patterns are manipulated in the section Pattern Editor.
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So a pad can trigger a sequence which is a collection of tracks. A tack is a collection of patterns. A pattern is a collection of MIDI events. Let's create...
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So a pad can trigger a sequence which is a collection of tracks. A track is a collection of patterns. A pattern is a collection of MIDI events. Let's create...
    
= Menus and Parameters =
 
= Menus and Parameters =
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