Flux Temporal Modulation Synthesis Rhythm Sequencer (Sneak Preview)

TM Synthesis shared this sneak preview of Flux, described as ‘a Temporal Modulation Synthesis Complex Rhythm Sequencer’ for Eurorack modular systems.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

Temporal Modulation Synthesis applies a curvature to time, creating rhythms by modulating the linearity of trigger distribution within a step (each step can output a density of between 1-64 triggers).

Trigger distribution can be modulated with a choice of 15 TM curves, the curvature of which ranges from -10 to +10 in 0.01 increments (2000 possible curvatures). Positive curvature values produce logarithmic responses, negative values produce exponential responses and a curvature of 0 results in linear spacing. 16 TM steps can be sequenced per channel, each with unique length, density, curve and curvature parameters.

FLUX uses 64-bit double-precision floating point math internally to calculate rhythms with an extremely high degree of precision.

True Euclidean rhythms, polyrhythms & complex rhythmic patterns are extremely easy to generate and wide ranging in scope.


  • 4 TM Synthesis Channels
  • 12 Rhythm Delay/Logic/Divider Outputs
  • Humanize Algorithm
  • Modulation Matrix per Channel
  • 64 Triggers per Step
  • 16 Steps per channel
  • 1-64 16ths per step (Max Sequence Length = 1024 16ths)
  • 8 available Rhythm Delays per Channel (1-8 16ths)
  • 3 +/- 5V CV Inputs With Red/Green LED Indicators
  • Colour Coded UI/Output LEDS (Ch1 = Orange, Ch2 = Green, Ch3 = Blue, Ch4 = White)
  • External Clock Input
  • Preset Save/Load

Audio Demos:

TM Synthesis plans to fund production of Flux via a Kickstarter campaign. See their site for more info.

3 thoughts on “Flux Temporal Modulation Synthesis Rhythm Sequencer (Sneak Preview)

  1. It seems created to redo the Mayhem first album intro by Conrad Schnitzler “Sylvester Anfang”…
    Beautiful engine, would love to have one <3

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