sequencer

[ UK /sˈiːkwənsɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. computer hardware that sorts data or programs into a predetermined sequence
  2. (chemistry) an apparatus that can determine the sequence of monomers in a polymer
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How To Use sequencer In A Sentence

  • They used and combined synthesizers, vocoders, custom-built sequencers, rudimentary rhythm boxes, and home made drum pads in a fashion unlike anything previously heard.
  • The center's laboratory was recently equipped with a DNA sequencer, an apparatus that allows her to identify individual fish by their genes.
  • Also, a fourth model for each phrase was created that was expressionless - the MIDI sequencer was programmed to have mechanically uniform levels of dynamics and tempo throughout the model.
  • My main instrument is the guitar, although I also use keyboards, synthesisers, and sequencers in my musical meanderings.
  • My main instrument is the guitar, although I also use keyboards, synthesisers, and sequencers in my musical meanderings.
  • Understated but well-placed sequencers on ‘Our Town,’ the impressive and sweeping album opener, work.
  • This song has been on repeat play for the past two mornings - a glorious slice of late 80s bombastic synth-pop, featuring everything except the kitchen sink thrown on to multiple sequencers.
  • These could include microscopes; magnetic resonance, infrared, and mass spectrometers; x-ray diffractometers; chromatographs; enzymatic assays; even DNA sequencers.
  • They haven't added drum machines or sequencers.
  • DNA sequencing was carried out using the dye termination kit and an automatic sequencer.
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