One version 3 beatseqr for sale

steve | February 3, 2010 in sales,Uncategorized | Comments (10)

UPDATE: This beatseqr was sold on 2010-06-04. I’ll have more for sale soon! Do leave a message here or email me if you’re interested!

Please send me an email (steve at 3rl dot us) if you are interested in purchasing this beatseqr.

  1. this is beatseqr serial number 6.
  2. It is the 4th instance out of 5 in the version 3 series.
  3. $299. Shippable today.

Or click here to fill out the web form

10 Responses to “One version 3 beatseqr for sale”

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  1. Comment by Create Digital Music » Beatseqr: 808-Inspired DIY Step Sequencing Controller, and Making Just What You Need — May 31, 2010 at 4:10 am  

    […] like the idea and layout, and if you want one, you can even buy one for $299. (We’re talking extremely limited runs. Right now, there appears to be … one of them.) […]

  2. Comment by Matias Rapacioli — May 31, 2010 at 11:43 am  

    Can i use it with the drum rack of ableton live??

  3. Comment by stevecooley — June 1, 2010 at 10:42 am  

    Most certainly you can! Derek can chime in with more info on this topic.

  4. Comment by E.D — June 7, 2010 at 4:42 pm  

    Hey Steve!
    I found about your product after reading a very interesting article on CreativeDigitalMusic website. I also saw your video posted about the V3 of the Beatseqr and i was quite impressed by how easy to use this tool is. I do assume it's compatible with any DAW. I for example use Logic, and i've been wondering if there are any troubleshoots if using it combined to the ultrabeat or esx24 of logic. For example i can load any sample on the ultrabeat & then create the groove with the beatseqr ? Also does it have an open script for MAX/MSP? (i've recently got into that as well and exploring new boudries!)
    Any answer will be much appreciated!!
    Kind Greets,

  5. Comment by stevecooley — June 7, 2010 at 4:49 pm  

    Hey there. Yes, it works with pretty much any DAW that accepts midi in data. Logic works really well with beatseqr/steppa. The midi note number selector mode for the faders was engineered specifically to reach all of the instruments in ultrabeat. The ESX24 should be no problem at all as the sequencer engine that Steppa is just spits out a midi loop in a standard format that the ESX24 is fine using. For clarity, when you create the groove, you're creating it outside of the sequencer included in logic, so you're using Logic as the sound source and externally sequencing it with beatseqr and steppa. You can, however, record the midi note data as it's coming in realtime with logic, so that's pretty cool. That equates to live performance capture that you can go back and edit as desired. The max/msp patch is created and maintained by Derek Scott, so I defer to him as to if he wants to open source it. I know he's considering it. I'll ask him to chime in on this topic.

  6. Comment by Codey Christensen — June 7, 2010 at 5:46 pm  

    I was on the verge of building exactly this! I've got half the parts. I'm definitely going to grab a kit as soon as they're available. Is there a waiting list, or will it just be first come first serve?

  7. Comment by Derek Scott — June 7, 2010 at 10:41 pm  

    @E.D: Yep…Steppa is open source, for sure. The zip file should have both the application versions (Leopard and Snow Leopard, as well as the raw max/msp patch). I know there can be many improvements to the app, and probably better ways to do certain things than the way I implemented them.

    @Matias: Yes, I have made it work with the drum rack before. Totally works.

  8. Comment by E. — June 8, 2010 at 1:40 am  

    Thanks Steve! You most def answered my questions! 😉 When will it be available for sell, if u plan more than limited piece production that is? Will you also be able to ship abroad or only US for now?!

  9. Comment by stevecooley — June 11, 2010 at 8:49 pm  

    I have new improved circuit boards on order. They should be showing up in a couple of weeks. I'll be sure to post up when they're ready!

  10. Comment by stevecooley — June 12, 2010 at 3:49 am  

    I have new improved circuit boards on order. They should be showing up in a couple of weeks. I'll be sure to post up when they're ready!

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