Squarp Instruments intros Hapax Sequencer



Squarp Instruments has introduced the Hapax, a new hardware sequencer that is designed to be the centerpiece of your rig.


The company says that the Hapax “offers every tool needed to compose songs in the studio and perform them on stage. From vintage to modern synths, from modular systems to your favorite DAW, Hapax can sequence and synchronize all your gear, while bringing you carefully crafted tools, designed for maximizing creativity.”


The Hapax can handle up to a million notes and events; has MPE compatibility; offers input and output via DIN MIDI, USB MIDI & CV/Gate; features more than 180 physical controls; supports saving and loading to SD cards and more.






  • Player
      • Dual Project: 16-track × 8-pattern + 16-track × 8-pattern
      • Polyrhythms / Polymeters / Phasing
      • Track run-modes : reverse, pingpong, random
      • Track length: 1 step to 32 bars


  • Performance
      • 3 live modes : scales, chords, drum
      • Project real-time global scale
      • High recording resolution: 192ppqn
      • Real Time Midi Effects (Arpeggiator, Chance, Euclid, Harmonizer, Randomizer, Scale, Swing…)
      • Live recording with looper & metronome
      • Transpose track

  • Misc
      • Undo / Redo / Snapshot
      • Advanced modMatrix
      • Assign 8-pot mode

  • Step
      • 3 step modes: polyphony, drums, MPE
      • Algorithmic composition tools
      • Quantizer with strength
      • Loop points on each track
      • Conditional trigs possible on each note + Fill
      • Automation editor with interpolator

  • Pattern/Song
      • Advanced pattern mode
      • Song editor mode, based on sections (groups of patterns)

The Hapax is available now for $979.




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