Looking for grid based sequencer


I very much like @jeremysmuller 's Neutrinode module but I miss a bit more reliability and control sometimes. Do you know anything similar in VCV but with (an adjustable) grid for the dots?

Some stuff here that might tickle your fancy.

ShapeMaster is an (adjustable) grid based sequencer that offers precise control and controlled random too (with built-in quantiser).


My Seq++ might be exactly what you want. It’s polyphonic with a classic piano roll editor. People like the not free Entrian ones even more.

update - oh, re-read OP. It does not sound like this is what you are looking for. Sorry.

Traveler can do repeatable and/or evolving sequences …


I think you might like the new module I’m currently working on…


dont be shy, give us a sneak peak

If you’re up for installing the stoermelder pre-release, you can try MAZE (square grid) and HIVE (hexagonal grid). Both have configurable grid size, and steps can be configured for ratcheting and/or probability.


Here ya go

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oh, thats cool! and clean

:astonished: Thaaat is insane! I can’t stop smiling.

  • Is that a V/OCT knob in the middle of the squares?
  • Are those probability knobs in the top left corner of each square?
  • Is the gate length fix?

You’re right @jeremysmuller. It’s one of those machines that excites me a lot.

Whoa, this looks interesting…

@jeremysmuller this looks really great, so when will it be ready?

That looks like fun!

It has the option of gates of triggers and gate lengths are 50% of the rhythm duration. I don’t wanna give away too much because that might ruin some surprises but there’s lots of stochastic opportunities here :slightly_smiling_face:


probably in a few weeks


Any preference to these visual aspects? The difference has no effect on how the module works but I’m somewhat torn between the two and was curious what people thought.

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Number #2 for me.

You are asking about the ‘circle’ or ‘flower’ presentation, aren’t you?

I like the top ones, they are “bordered” the bottom ones are “flowery”.

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I’d like to have a CV input to morph between 'em