Yamaha introduces the SEQTRAK
Yamaha has introduced the SEQTRAK, a compact musical device that combines a portable step sequencer, drum machine, sampler, and synthesizer. Designed for musicians on the go, the SEQTRAK offers a practical and versatile solution at an accessible price point.
Yamaha is a Japanese multinational corporation known for its significant contributions to the music industry. It was established in 1887 and started by making reed organs. Over the years, the company has diversified and expanded its product line to include a wide range of musical instruments such as pianos, guitars, and synthesizers.
Featuring a drum machine section with seven tracks—kick, snare, clap, two hi-hats, and two percussion sounds—the SEQTRAK comes with over 2,000 built-in samples. This allows users to effortlessly experiment with various rhythms, making it a user-friendly platform for percussion exploration.
Yamaha has equipped with two AWM2 synthesizers and a reface DX-style FM synthesizer, SEQTRAK provides musicians with the tools to create a wide range of sounds. The built-in sampler allows for personalized audio integration, while the inclusion of a microphone and speaker ensures seamless capture and sharing of spontaneous inspirations.
The SEQTRAK offers in-depth sound design section with pitch, volume, pan, attack, decay, and filter knobs. These controls empower musicians to fine-tune every aspect of their sound, offering a platform for sonic experimentation with ease.
Additionally, the SEQTRACK comes with a free app featuring an intuitive visualizer, allowing users to sync visuals with their productions. The visualizer within the app is a practical tool for musicians, enabling them to easily create visuals that match the mood and rhythm of their compositions.
The device will be available in orange and grey, or a cool grey and black colorway.Priced at £447.60/€478.80/$599, the SEQTRAK positions itself as an affordable and practical tool for musicians seeking a portable music production solution.
For more information, visit Yamaha’s website here.
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