Sequencer Setup

Ableton

  1. Load the HY sequencer plugin as an instrument
  2. Add another midi track
  3. Set Midi From menus to the sequencer track
  4. Turn track arm button on or set monitor state “In” for receiving midi out from the sequencer track
  5. Press the play button of a host DAW

Bitwig Studio

  1. Load the Hy Sequencer as an instrument.
  2. Load the target instrument plugin after it in the chain.
  3. Press the play button of a host DAW

REAPER

  1. Load the HY Sequencer plugin as an instrument.
  2. Insert the target instrument after it in the chain.
  3. Press the play button of a host DAW

Studio One

  1. Add an instrument track and load the HY Sequencer.
  2. Add another instrument track and load the target instrument.
  3. Open the target plugin’s editor panel and set it to mirror the settings in the above image.
  4. Press the play button of a host DAW

Cubase

  1. Add an instrument track and load the plugin.
  2. Add another instrument track and load the target plugin.
  3. Set the midi input menu of the target plugin to the HY Sequencer output.
  4. Turn on monitor buttonor speaker button.
  5. Press the play button of a host DAW
  6. *If you use Asio-Guard, and its level is high, please lower the level to normal or lower.

SONAR


  1. Add an instrument track and load the HY Sequencer plugin.
  2. Check “Enable Midi Output” option.
  3. Add another instrument track and load the target plugin.
  4. Set the midi input menu of the target plugin track to the HY Sequencer’s output.
  5. Press the play button of a host DAW

Fruity Studio


  1. Load the HY Sequencer plugin as an instrument.
  2. Load a target instrument.
  3. Set Midi Output Port of the HY Sequencer plugin and MIDIInput Port of the target plugin to the same number.
  4. Press the play button of a host DAW

Tracktion

  1. Load the HY Sequencer plugin.
  2. Insert the target instrument plugin after it in the chain.
  3. Press the play button of the host a DAW

Logic

  1. Load the HY Sequencer plugin as a Midi FX.
  2. Load a target instrument
  3. Press the play button of a host DAW