The latest LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER video takes a look at building an Arduino-powered 8-stage step sequencer for analog synthesizers.
Host Sam Battle shows how he DIY’d the step sequencer and then demonstrates the sequencer in action.
Wiring illustrations, bill of materials and the Arduino code are available via the project site.
7 thoughts on “How To Build An Arduino Powered 8-Stage Step Sequencer”
Certainly a character but he does show how easy all this DIY malarky is……
Ha, wicked! Step by step, you cant go wrong. Cool lil jam at end too. Id like to see those 100 oscillators with some sort of volt per octave control so he can play a tune from the sequencer.
Can’t get enough of this guy, definitely one of my favourite YouTube channels.
Instructions unclear, got PCP lodged in butt. Please send help!
arduino is a computer smh …..
cool thing he uses arduino nano , which is a low cost version, also small which means you could make a mico size
any notice the apple 2 in background?????