GOLT! has introduced the Red Light District, a monster analog CV/Gate step sequencer for Eurorack systems.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
Red Light District (RLD) is an 84HP traditional CV/Gate Sequencer that can be synchronized at different ratios to MIDI clock.
Its main purpose is to create patterns that are in-time and length-related to MIDI clock. It can act as a MIDI Master, using its own internal clock as a reference, or use an external clock input. When slaved to MIDI, the MIDI OUT’s automatically switch to THRU’s and the second MIDI OUT/THRU can also to emit DinSync.
The sync ratio can be changed so that each pattern of 16 or 32 steps can take either 1, 2 or 4 MIDI bars to complete. Mode changes are quantized to the start of each pattern, so synchronization is maintained with other sequencers.
Here’s a preview of a prototype RLD in action:
Pricing and Availability
The Red Light District is available as pre-built for $895 AUD (includes GST) or as a kit, starting at $319 AUD (includes GST).