here is a link to the picture of the sequencer since wide pictures dont post properly on here.
That looks interesting… Sort of like a wave table… I have a copy of Reaktor around here somewhere, maybe after I release the next version of my own software I'll take the time to play with it…
The sequencer module in the Harmonizer is a building block, not a complete sequencer. As I said in my last message, this may not seem to be good, but it opens up a lot of possibilities! You have to think of using the Harmonizer sequencer module as part of a bigger sequencing system. Other parts of that system control synchronization, speed, direction, step choice, etc. In a programming sense, the Harmonizer sequencer module is an array of values with a method that outputs a selected value when triggered.
In a sense, Eventide DID keep it simple! The sequencer module itself is VERY simple, which means that you can do a lot more things with it than with a more complicated sequencer like the one you mentioned previously…