It has the layer markers, named buses, undo, k-loeffel, etc. but what's important to me, is that it has some of the features of Phaedra, such as the automation array, in particular, the one that allows you to make events "every x minutes" when using the trigger method. Plus it keeps a "compilation" window for editing automations or other settings, including the playback speed. I don't know if the automation array can be used independent of the sequencer though, I can't really remember.
However, what really makes it a better sequencer is its Linux native development environment. You could simply get accustomed to all the things about this program most quickly. Nevertheless, I really want to explain that this is an old version and if the things I mentioned above have been enhanced, I strongly suggest the latest version.
The dual display is used so that you can see both the shared piece view and the main view of your project to visualize the whole track. You have to copy the sequence keys to manage processes. This software is a program used for the production of colored loops that both the sequencer and the audio editor are based on. These plug-ins feature a graphical user interface.
SonarLoop is used to create musical sequences or loops, which are called loops. The task list is very simple: an element in a folder is selected and is duplicated several times. In order to loop, you click on the clip until you get the desired length. d2c66b5586