Noodlebox Serendipity Sequencer (Sneak Preview)

Sixty Four Pixels has announced the Noodlebox – a four-part step sequencer that offers CV and Gate out for each part, plus MIDI output and sync.

Each part has four pages of up to 32 steps each, and these pages can play in sequence, in any order, or be cued manually. Each part has its own clock settings, loop points, voltage scaling, gate length etc. and each step has probability and retrig settings. Parts can modulate each other for transposition sequencing, microtonal offsetting and complex polyrhythmic patterns.

Pricing and Availability

Official details are still be announced, but the developers expect Noodelbox to be available in early 2020, priced around GBP 220 (about $270 USD).

10 thoughts on “Noodlebox Serendipity Sequencer (Sneak Preview)

      1. I didnt say that it said anywhere that it is a “musical instrument”…

        BTW – are you a fan of semantics… or just a fan?

        “A music sequencer (or audio sequencer or simply sequencer) is a device or application software that can record, edit, or play back music, by handling note and performance information in several forms”

        1. Why would you even bother to say “doesnt really strike me as a “musical instrument” at first glance…” ?
          It’s clearly a sequencer.

          Obvious troll is obvious.
          Have fun with that, LOL.

  1. this seems extremely reasonable in bang for the buck, at least if it’s not too painful to program. looking forward to a demo.

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