Added a microbrute to my arsenal today.. after some playing around I exported my saved sequences via the Microbrute Connection software. Opened up the resulting .mbseq file and was happy to find out the data is in a simple readable format using midi note values. For example:

1:60 x 72 x 48 x 36 x 24 x 2:24 x 60 x 72 x x x 24 x 96 x 60 x 24 x 96 x 24 x 72 3:48 60 48 60 48 60 63 51 48 60 48 60 63 51 67 55 48 60 48 60 48 60 63 51 48 60 48 60 63 51 67 61 4:60 48 x 72 60 x 72 x 60 48 x 72 60 x 72 x 60 48 x 72 60 x 72 x 63 51 x 63 51 x 65 x 5:48 60 72 70 48 67 60 55 48 x 65 72 48 62 72 62 51 58 63 72 51 70 63 58 51 x 62 72 51 72 62 64 6:48 x x 60 48 x 60 x 60 x x 72 60 x 60 x 48 x x 60 48 x 60 x 65 x x 65 x x 68 x 48 x x 60 48 x 60 x 60 x x 72 60 x 60 x 48 x x 60 48 x 60 x 53 65 52 64 51 63 50 49 7:60 72 48 60 60 x x 48 60 72 x 60 60 x x 73 48 72 60 61 60 x 72 84 72 48 79 82 48 77 81 70 8:48 48 x x 72 60 48 48 x x 48 x 72 x 82 x 48 48 x x 72 60 48 48 x x 48 x 72 x 75 x 48 48 x x 72 49 48 48 x x 60 x 72 x 82 x 48 48 x x x x 48 48 x 48 48 x x 48 x x

I’m going to knock myself together a quick editor in C#.

Additionally, you can export patterns from Buzz modular’s PXP pattern editor in .csv format.. so I might just add that conversion into the app as well. Good stuff.