Yamaha SEQTRAK Black


All-in-One System

  • Drum machine, synth, sampler, sequencer and USB MIDI and audio interface 24-bit / 44.1 kHz
  • Sound generation: AWM2 (Advanced Wave Memory 2) with 128x polyphony and FM synthesis with 8x polyphony
  • Over 2000 sounds (expandable via app and user samples)
  • 11 Tracks (7 x drum, 2 AWM2 synths, DX synth and sampler)
  • Step sequencer with 128 steps
  • Built-in microphone and speaker
  • Built-in effects processor with over 80 effect types
  • WiFi and Bluetooth support
  • Rechargeable battery (lithium-ion battery 2,100 mAh, 7.6 W)
  • AUX input: 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
  • Headphone output: 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
  • MIDI input and output: 3.5 mm mini jack
  • USB-C (audio / MIDI / power supply)
  • Incl. USB-C and MIDI adapter cable
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 343 x 38 x 97 mm
  • Weight: approx. 0.8 kg
  • Colour: Black/Grey
Available since January 2024
Item number 583990
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Sound Synthesis Sample-based
Pads 0
Effects Yes
Bass No
Display No
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out
Number of analog outputs 1
Headphone Connector Yes
Mains Operation Yes
Battery Operation No
Footswitch connection 0
Extras None
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A sketchpad for grooves

As the best ideas usually emerge when not in the studio or at a computer, the Yamaha SEQTRAK Black serves as the ideal companion for capturing spontaneous inspiration and working on new music while on the go. Equipped with an internal battery, this groove box operates independently, and with two synthesizer engines, samplers, effects, and sequencers, offers all the tools needed to create club-worthy tracks. The design prioritises effective controls, allowing the user to focus completely on drawing up their own musical ideas. Control buttons on the side maintain the tidy overall design of the panel, and yet the SEQTRAK doesn't shy away from being integrated into a modern production environment. The device can also be fully app-controlled and features Audio-I/O, USB, Bluetooth-MIDI, Wi-Fi and MIDI-I/O interfaces for flexible connection to additional devices.

Yamaha SEQTRAK Black control elements, left side

AWM2, FM & sampling

The SEQTRAK's interface is clearly structured for smooth and straightforward operation. Drums, synth/samplers, effects, and sequencers all have their own respective areas. The sound generation with drums, synthesizers, and samplers is distributed across 11 designated tracks, operating with a 128-note polyphonic AWM2 engine and an eight-voice 4 OP-FM engine. 500 megabytes are available for storing samples, and extensive options covering insert FX, master FX, HP/LP filters, and delay/reverb sends provide plenty of scope for spicing up those sounds. Easy editing functions and sequencer programming can be directly controlled on the device via knobs, buttons, and fader strips, and for a deeper dive into the sound engines and specialised sequencer features, the SEQTRAK app (available for Mac, PC, iOS, and Android) combines editing tools, project and sound management, tutorials, and video animations.

Yamaha SEQTRAK Black all-in-one system
Yamaha SEQTRAK Black control elements and connections, right side

Ambitious dance minimalism

The Yamaha SEQTRAK is primarily aimed at EDM producers and performers and features an expansive sound library with over 2,000 sounds spanning various genres, including House, Minimal, Electro, Trance, Techno, and Hardstyle as well as Trap, Hyperpop, Drum & Bass, and many more. Thanks to its high-quality synth engine and effects, the beats, sequences, and grooves created on the SEQTRAK can be exported and used in productions right away. The sampling feature allows users to jazz up the preset sounds with their own individual sound ideas, while live performers will appreciate the straightforward use and design concept, featuring fixed assigned tracks that minimise the risk of getting lost. And for those who fancy a more colourful approach, the SEQTRAK is also available in orange.

Potentiometer of the Yamaha SEQTRAK Black

About Yamaha

For decades, Yamaha has been one of the world's best-known manufacturers of musical instruments and audio technology. The Japanese company's long history began at the end of the 19th century with the harmonium. The product range has constantly expanded since then, which has made Yamaha one of the few manufacturers today to offer almost the entire range of existing musical instruments: From upright and grand pianos to guitars, wind instruments, and bowed string instruments and from drums and percussion to electronic keyboards and synthesizers. Yamaha is also a major force in the field of audio engineering as a manufacturer of mixing consoles, amplifiers, PA systems, and more. Yamaha's guiding principle is to combine traditional craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology.

Where music meets video

Since the early rave parties, computer-generated animations have been an integral part of Techno and similar genres as projections at events or backgrounds in video clips. The SEQTRAK app's visualiser can generate moving 2D and 3D objects, which can be merged with real-time images to even create augmented reality elements using smart devices. These objects can be adjusted using multiple parameters such as surface, colour, motion, position, and size, and can also be further edited with Post FX. As these objects and their transformations can be controlled via the sequencer tracks, they can be rhythmically displayed or dynamically altered in shape in sync with kick and snare beats, for instance. The final complete animation can be consequently recorded as a video along with "camera movements" and exported to be posted on social media platforms.

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7 Reviews

Alright I guess
steffy.k 30.01.2024
I don't understand why they would make something that's supposed to be portable so flimsy. Judging by weight it seems like there's more plastic in the packaging than the actual device. The keys all work fine but are obviously the mushy membrane kind, and the tolerances aren't too great which makes them a bit wobbly. They are obviously meant to be pressed in the middle so the whole #keygate thing seems overblown to me. The base plate is slightly misaligned in the middle below the synth section, as mentioned in one of the other reviews. Other than that, everything works as it should, and it isn't too difficult to use. No issues with app integration either. Sadly, I need something I can (confidently) take outside with me (which is basically the only reason I'd get a device like this) and I'm not confident that it would last very long if I had it in my backpack every day. I'd say get it if you're careful with your stuff, and don't plan to carry it with you very often.


Nice but ...
Milen Minev 06.02.2024
It works, battery life is usable, enough free storage space on the device, tons of buttons and shortcuts to remember but it kinda happens after first few hours fiddling. Poor build quality. Awful keys. Yamaha has to do some firmware upgrades and then maybe it can be better. Will keep it and use it on the go. It's better than fiddling with laptop on the flight or on the train I guess. It is usable but far from perfect.


Почти хороший
exe.s 26.01.2024
We are waiting for firmware with updates, the product is still raw


I returned the SeqTrak because ...
Phixid 12.02.2024
From the get go sound selection wasn't too fluent for me. I found that navigation through the library was tedious and time-consuming, getting the effects just right wasn't too straight-forward either without using the accompanying app. On the plus side, there are a lot of sounds and effects in the standard repertoire. It felt like the timing of the device was off very slightly every once in a while (without having randomness or micro-timing enabled). The speaker is bad and doesn't do the sound library any justice, so you have to plug in a monitor of some sort (I mainly used studio headphones). Build quality wasn't what I expected at all, it felt like wobbly plastic. There were two panels at the bottom that didn't line up nicely and every once in a while when I picked it up, they shoved into place. The keys were wobbly and tactical feedback wasn't too good. All in all, there is potential if they improve the build quality and navigability of the device.