Hot se­quencer ac­tion…

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There were a load of new se­quencers at Superbooth, but two caught our at­ten­tion. The first was the Elec­tronic Se­quence De­signer from Pitts­burgh Mod­u­lar. This forth­com­ing Euro­rack de­vice is a four-chan­nel, 32-step se­quencer in a neatly laid-out pack­age laden with faders and push but­tons, de­signed to match the brand’s Mi­cro­volt synth, which we saw at NAMM. Look­ing for­ward to learn­ing more.

The other eye­catcher came from UK mod­u­lar stal­wart Tom Car­pen­ter at Ana­logue So­lu­tions. This de­vice [pic­tured] is still in pro­to­type stage, but al­ready look­ing in­ter­est­ing. It fea­tures a MIDI in­put for syn­chro­ni­sa­tion, the three-CV out­put chan­nels and a gate out­put. It has 16 steps, each with ro­tary con­trol. There are va­ri­ety of CV in­puts too for sync, trans­po­si­tion, tun­ing and trans­port.

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