The recent monophonic to paraphonic trick for the Arturia MicroBrute from Loopop (Ziv Eliraz) certainly got a lot of attention. Well, not one to rest on his laurels, Ziv is back with another tip to share for owners of any synthesizer with a built-in sequencer.
If you feel limited by the maximum 32 or 64 step length of your synth's sequencer and want to extend it by a lot (e.g. 512 steps), then you're going to love this. And all you need is an external sequencer like the Arturia Keystep to make this work.
Shown here with a Moog Mother-32 and Arturia KeyStep, but it could work with other combos as well. This combo lets you create sequences up to 512 (!) steps long!
[Via: Ziv by email]
Learn Moog Mother 32 here: https://askaudio.nonlineareducating.com/course/1976/explained-and-explored