Detroit Underground DU-SEQ Eurorack Sequencer


Detroit Underground shared this video demo of the DU-SEQ, an analog pulsing sequencer with an intuitive interface.

‘The 1V/octave pitch signal path is fully analog, and the gate signal is generated from discrete 7400-series logic (no microcontroller), clocked directly from a built-in clock, with tempo and gate width settings, or an external clock/gate signal.

Each of the up to eight steps has a two-octave pitch range and can be assigned to pulse or count up to eight times using one of six gating patterns — including two external gate pattern inputs.

Other features include CV control of step direction, CV selection of the next step, slew rate limiter assignable per step, and a half-clock button and CV input. You can ‘fuzz’ the direction input with noise to generate a glitch in the sequence on tempo.

See the Detroit Underground site for more info.

3 thoughts on “Detroit Underground DU-SEQ Eurorack Sequencer

  1. This looks very interesting but I went over to the website to check it out and found it to be very confusing and a little difficult to navigate and look at. I think they need a bit of a rethink on there site design if they want their customers to hang around.

  2. Looks like a copy of the Ryk m185 DIY sequencer– probably the best ‘analog’ eurorack sequencer ever designed. I can’t wait.
    Hope there’s a kit available.

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