The first analog sequencers played rigid patterns of notes using a grid of (usually) 16 buttons, or steps, each step being 1/16 of a measure. These patterns of notes were...[more]
This track provides excellent support to Chis Tomlin's version of Everlasting God. Several synth layers create a lush bed for guitars and vocals to sit on top of. A light rhodes patch mimics the melody at points as well. Plenty of rhythmic devices keeps the song moving and active. Has worked great for my four piece band consisting of acoustic, electric, bass and drums. This loop includes vocal cues.