Analogue Solutions Megacity Step Sequencer Sneak Preview

Analogue Solutions shared these preview videos for its new Megacity monster step sequencer.

The Megacity is a standalone 64-step analogue step sequencer, that they say offers ‘a host of unique features’.

Features:

  • True analogue step sequencers using CV pot’s not encoders
  • Analogue CV circuits
  • Massive 64 steps (series mode) or 2 x 32 steps (2 channel parallel mode)
  • 2 CV outputs with Range and Glide (Portamento)
  • 4 Gate outs (2 per channel)
  • 2 CV quantisers
  • MIDI Out
  • Jump and Reset – activate from MIDI note, Push Button and external Gate
  • Fill In and clock divide modes for variation
  • Compatible with Eurorack and most analogue synths with CV/Gate input
  • Voltage controlled clock
  • Many options for sequence control
  • Very easy MIDI sync possible using a dedicated MIDI note
  • Solid steel and aluminum construction
  • High quality sealed potentiometers, sturdy switches.
  • Unique green LED matrix style tear drop raining LEDs

Here’s a performance demo:

The Megacity is available for £699 exc. VAT & delivery.

6 thoughts on “Analogue Solutions Megacity Step Sequencer Sneak Preview

  1. Jesus Henry Christ! What the hell is that thing? Love the sounds and the possibilities on this thing. Excellent demo and choice of music, though that wasn’t much of an option, I’ll bet! I’m sold!

    1. I think you may regret not getting the Koma. This looks fairly standard, im not so taken by the fully analog label, it is still just a step sequencer. The Koma is far cooler IMO 🙂

  2. I am not into step sequencers as they are not as flexible as say cubase, but I would love to see a
    hardware sequencer with the capabilities of say early Atari Cubase .(ie Midi only, Piano Roll, Key edit, drum edit, Velocity edit , Song arrangement) All the daws seem to be more trouble than they are worth .
    This machine does look beautiful and is no doubt a very good step Sequencer.

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