Club Of The Knobs Intros Sequencer Complement B Moog-Format Sequencing System

Large format synth maker Club Of The Knobs has introduced the Sequencer Complement B, an analog sequencing system that’s an updated take on the classic Moog Sequencer Complement B expansion cabinet.

The COTK system replaces the original Moog 961 interface module with dual CP958 Dual Scale Programmer modules. These each offer two quantization channels and dual keyboard buttons, which can be used to control the scale of the quantizer or to transpose sequences.

Pricing and Availabilty

The Club Of The Knobs Sequencer Complement B is available now for 3700 Euro.

4 thoughts on “Club Of The Knobs Intros Sequencer Complement B Moog-Format Sequencing System

    1. People are willing to pay that amount. I wouldn’t. It’s cool stuff but I rather wait for Behringer and still be able buy a Tesla afterwards.

      1. Lol, I won’t wait for Behringer, but there will probably be a more affordable option at some point that does a similar thing for the folks that aren’t willing to buy this. Buying Behringer is a waste of money, rather just save up and buy something of quality. Buy something that will last you for years to come and hopefully a lifetime.

    2. Not particularly hard to understand. They aren’t mass produced in a low-wage environment. And nobody is getting rich by building modules, so they aren’t overpriced.

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