This video below shows Hachi running on a Novation Launchpad Pro controlling a . Hachi includes multiple sequencers. This video shows the step sequencer controlling a Cyclone Analogic TT-303 (Roland TB-303 bass instrument clone).
Here's the info we gathered via MatrixSynth and the original Github page:
Each of the 8 columns is a step, and the note can be modified by octave (orange), velocity (green), slide (gray), tie (dark blue), repeat (pink), and so on.
For more info, see: https://github.com/perkowitz/issho"
"Hachi is a multi-function midi sequencer that runs on a Novation Launchpad Pro and a headless computer like a Raspberry Pi. Hachi is written in Java, and so can run on a Pi (tested), a Mac (tested), and many other platforms (untested), with or without keyboard and monitor.
"Hachi (= 'eight' in Japanese) can run up to 8 "modules" on a Launchpad Pro, with its 8x8 pad grid and rows of 8 buttons. Coincidentally, "hachi" means "8" in Japanese. All kinds of functionality can be implemented in a module; this repo includes a rhythm sequencer, a couple of monophonic melody sequencers, and a drawing/animation program. Hachi reserves the top row of 8 buttons to select modules (and one more button for start/stop); each module takes over the rest of the grid and buttons while it's in focus."
Learn Launchpad Pro with Thavius Beck in the AskAudio Academy here.