Zoë Blade's notebook


Pro-16 tech specs

Pro-16 was a MIDI sequencer for the Commodore 64, made by German company Steinberg.


I don't think it's what you use, it's how you use it and how well you know it. It doesn't matter if it's 20 years old, if it does a good job it's irrelevant.

— Pascal Gabriel, 1989[1]

Notable users


  1. "Made in Heaven" Tim Goodyer, Music Technology, May 1989, pp. 22—26
  2. "M/A/R/R/S" Simon Trask, Music Technology, Nov 1987, pp. 39—42
  3. "Bass Studies" Tim Goodyer, Music Technology, Oct 1988, pp. 38—41
  4. "A Night In The Studio" Tim Goodyer, Music Technology, Feb 1989, pp. 40—45



Commodore 64: Pro-16

Software MIDI sequencers: Creator | Cubase | M | Music Machine | Pro-16 | Pro-24 | Realtime | Sweet Sixteen | Tiger Cub

Steinberg: Cubase | Pro-16 | Pro-24