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Pete Cannon Artist Edition Sequencer


Production wizard Pete Cannon, who’s made a name for himself with his jungle / rave production videos on social media, has teamed up with Polyend to create his own signature edition of their hardware sequencer, the Tracker.

Borrowing inspiration from the old Amiga 500 & Commadore 64 computers that were the go to for producers back in the 90’s, the Pete Cannon artist edition of the Polyend Tracker features the same visual elements found on those old skool machines. Retro styling with modern day functionality!

The Polyend Tracker

The Polyend Tracker is a powerful hardware step sequencer & song arranger, designed as an easy to use compact standalone workstation. Featuring a user friendly large screen, ergonomic keyboard, and a big knob for fast and easy navigation. It can also be linked with your existing studio set up via bidirectional MIDI to integrate with other software and hardware.

Inside the machine you’ll find all the tools required for not just sequencing, but sampling, editing, chopping up your samples, wavetable & granular synthesis, plus a selection of inputs & outputs to interface your music with the real world.

The Pete Cannon artist edition is limited to just 300 units, comes pre-loaded with jungle inspired sample projects and an exclusive sample pack created by the man himself. It’s also accompanied by a vinyl 4 track EP.

Pete Cannon

Pete Cannon is a British jungle, house and hip hop music producer, DJ and vocalist. Drum & Bass heads will recognise him most from his work on Hospital Records with tracks such as ‘Ella’, which featured on the Sick Music 2019 compilation, his remix for dancehall legend Beenie Man on the Jet Star remix package, plus of course his production duties with Inja on tracks that include ‘No Regrets’, ‘Her Room’ & ‘War Games’.

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