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Vintage synths with built-in sequencers?
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Vintage synths with built-in sequencers?

My only synth with a built-in sequencer is an Emulator II and though it’s a great sequencer, it’s a bit cumbersome to program.

I recently repaired an SH-101 and really loved the sequencer, it’s similar to the Pro One, which I also really enjoy.

What are some other vintage pieces with similar sequencers? Are there any like the 101 or Pro One with the added ability of saving sequences?

The only other sequencer I have is the Korg SQ-1 and turning the knobs to get your notes is not great.

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