Pittsburgh Modular shared a sneak preview of their new Electronic Sequence Designer 126, which they plan to debut at Superbooth 2018.
- 4 Channel Sequencer
- Availabe as a eurorack module for $649 or in a standalone Blackbox enclosure for $699.
- Each channel up to 32 steps.
- Save and recall 32 sets of 4 sequences.Unified
- “Live Mode” or multiple “Page Mode” UI.
- Live mode divides us the 32 sliders between 2, 3, or 4 sequencers. It assigns the 32 sliders to the sequencers in 1 of 3 ways (2x 16 step sequences, 1x 16 step sequence and 2x 8 step sequences, or 4x 8 step sequences).
- Page Mode allows for 4x 32 step sequences at once.
- 11 quantized scale options with 2 programmable custom scales.
- Slider range assignable to 1, 3, 4, or 5 octaves.
- 8 sequencer direction modes. (forward, reverse, pendulum, stagger, skip, transpose, random, brownian)
- Start/stop all or just 1 sequence at once.
- Reset all or just 1 sequence at once.
- Shift notes between beats.
- Euclidean pattern generator for each sequencer.
- Independently assign swing to sequences.
- Independeltly assign scales and slider ranges to sequecnes.
- Independently assign gate length accents to sequences.
- Independently assign ratchet steps to sequences.
- Independently assign repeat steps to sequences.
- Almost all functions can be randomized for evolving sequences.
- Sliders output CV and Midi pitch changes when clock is stopped.
- Manually select active step when clock is stopped or running.
- 2 assignable CV inputs can modulate and/or trigger just about anything.
- Clock divider output with assignable and modulatable clock division.
- Dedicated CV and gate outputs for each sequencer.
- Independently assigned midi in channel and midi out channel for each sequencer.
- Each sequencer is assigned to a midi out channel and an assignable midi cc#.
- Midi input for sequence transposition.
Pricing and Availability
The Pittsburgh Modular Electronic Sequence Designer is available for US $649.
etails are to be announced at Superbooth.