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  1. software or hardware designed to create and manage computer-generated music

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  2. Most modern sequencers now feature audio editing and processing capabilities as well

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  3. Consequently, the terms "music sequencer" and "digital audio workstation" are often used interchangeably

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  4. Originally, music sequencers did not include the ability to record audio

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  5. Instead, they managed control information (such as control voltage or note on/off commands) to be sent to electronic musical instruments to produce audio output

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