Although this may have caught your eye because of the pad controls, a cherry on top for you is the 64-track 32-step step sequencer. This is a huge plus if you were looking to make some steps for a beat or song. We know many people who merely use their DAW for this as it’s a bit easier to customize and add some swing to; however, we have also spoken to artists who still swear by step-sequencers in terms of producing. At the same time, it’s probably more attractive to you if you perform live since this will enhance your set drastically in terms of work flow and ease of use. You can save your steps depending on the song and set list you’re performing and can quickly access the preset when you need it for the drums\samples. We like to map out the backbone of a song and then play along to it.