At the 2015 NAMM Show, KOMA Elektronik introduced their new Komplex Sequencer, a step sequencer that lets you construct complex musical patterns, via both MIDI and CV/Gate, using four individual 16-step sequencers.
Here’s a video overview of the Komplex Sequencer from the Show floor, via Analogue Zone Showroom:
Each of the sequencing channels has its own start and stop buttons, a quantizer (switchable between chromatic, major & minor scales), one-shot-mode and five different play modes (forward, backward, ping-pong, ping-pong reversed, random). You can set the output range per sequencer as well, choose between 2V, 5V or 9V.
The Komplex Sequencer is compatible with almost all synthesizers that accept CV/Gate and/or MIDI.
The Komplex Sequencer will be available at select retailers worldwide in Spring 2015 for an MSRP of $1,500. See the KOMA site for more info.