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Pittsburgh Modular announces Electronic Sequence Designer 128

Pittsburgh Modular announces Electronic Sequence Designer 128

Recently, Pittsburgh Modular teased its new 4-channel 32-step Eurorack sequencer, which will be exposed at the Berlin Superbooth exhibition. As you can see, it is looks familiar to the Microvolt 3900 with its blue backlight knobs. In fact, the whole design continues the style of the last synthesizer. Developers showed a small demo of their upcoming device, but full information will be available in May.

Pittsburgh Modular Electronic Sequence Designer 128

Superbooth 2018, one of the largest exhibitions of musical equipment will be held from 3 to 5 May in Berlin, Germany. It will feature more than 200 synth makers, including Moog, Arturia, Buchla U.S.A., Genelec and many others. In its run-up, manufacturers are pleased with all those interested in small previews of products that they will present at the exhibition.

Pittsburgh Modular recently posted a couple of videos in its Instagram account, where their new Electronic Sequence Designer 128 was seen. It can be used as a Eurorack module or a separate device that resembles their previous Microvolt 3900, which, by the way, will go on sale very soon.

The video shows us that the new sequencer is connected to Volca Beats, Juno-60, Buchla and Microvolt 3900. We have a 4-channel 32-step sequencer that can receive CV and MIDI signals, and also has CV and MIDI outputs. For each step there is a slider with a light indication and a button. By the way, the buttons of the upper row are responsible for scales, and the bottom one is for the sequencer modes. The video also shows that the Sequence Designer has assignable CV inputs and it has the ability to control the length of the sequence, the range of values ​​of the sliders, the swing, the length of the gate and the direction of playing the sequence.

More information can be obtained at the exhibition. In general, the sequencer is very promising, and the previous devices from Pittsburgh Modular, such as the modular Lifeforms synthesizers, have presented themselves in a good light thanks to nice quality and elaborated architecture.

Published: 13:22 18.04.2018
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