Developer Matthew Cieplak has launched a Kickstarter project to fund production of the Super Sixteen step sequencer for Eurorack modular synthesizers.
“When I surveyed the landscape of eurorack sequencers,” he notes, “I found brilliant products that mostly fell into two categories: strange, random, mathematical devices that generate sequences unpredictably, and enormous, knob-and-button-encrusted behemoths that offered every conceivable feature at the price of a steep learning curve. Seeking to combine the best aspects of both, I decided to build my own.”
Super Sixteen is a 64-step control voltage sequencer with dual CV, gate, and clock outputs, and a unique 2-handed programming interface.
- Compact 22hp footprint
- Patch memory for 99 sequences
- Up to 64 step sequence length
- Selectable scales and swing timing
- Motion recording
- Per-step glide/portamento
- Real-time rhythm and pitch effects like beat repeat and stutter roll
Pricing and Availability
Production of the Super Sixteen is being funded via a Kickstarter project, and it is available to backers for $40 for a bare-bones DIY kit and starting at $275 for assembled modules.