#1
Seriously, I've read up on this and I really have no clue what it is yet.

So can someone explain SLOWLY what the hell you do when you sequence?
#2
Sequencing in electronic music is when you arrange MIDI data to form a musical passage.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#3
It's when you take all of your sound effects and arrange a song out of them. Basically you have your synth pad/MIDI pad/what have you, which is the sequencer. You hit the buttons/throw the switches/whatever to select a sound to play.
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#4
In genetics and biochemistry, sequencing means to determine the primary structure (or primary sequence) of an unbranched biopolymer. ...
#5
Guitar Pro is a form of sequencing I suppose, as in you are using midi data to create a piece of music.

EDIT:

You can see here that there are blocks arranged to make a chord. Each block is placed in the row of the note it is meant to be in. Making any music in this form accounts for being sequencing. the blocks here can be changed to correspond to a note length, like a crotchet, quaver, hemi-semi quaver (or somthing like that) quaver. You can change the pitch, velocity and what have you.

This in Logic Studio btw.
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#6
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Seriously, I've read up on this and I really have no clue what it is yet.

So can someone explain SLOWLY what the hell you do when you sequence?


That depends on the context... Sequencing in music? Sequencing in genetics? Other?
#7
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That depends on the context... Sequencing in music? Sequencing in genetics? Other?



Music!
#8
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Music!


Then it's what Xiaoxi said. Plus, the MIDI data you arranged is used to "instruct" digital instruments (such as keyboards, electronic drums, ...) or instrument simulators (software such as EZDrummer), to get a "realistic" playback instead of the crappy MIDI playback you hear in Guitar Pro, for example.
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#10
In a traditional sense, a sequencer is essentially a synth that plays back from a bank of sounds. You tell it what sounds to play at what times and it plays them back in sequence. Drum sequencers are pretty handy things.

Example:

There is a 16th note grid on a drum sequencer. At any given step of the sequence, any or all of the sounds from a pre-defined drum 'kit' can be switched on. You switch each sound on at different times of the sequence to play a beat.