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MOTM Format R24 Sequencer By GRP Synthesizer

MOTM Format R24 Sequencer By GRP Synthesizer

R24 Sequencer featured in a great detailed video – watch and learn about a multifunctional analog sequencer made by GRP Synthesizer Italian company which can not only fit modular systems but can be integrated with analog keyboard synthesizers offering CV/MIDI/USB implementation.

GRP Synthesizer R24 Sequencer

John Rice, a synthesist, has uploaded an unofficial video featuring R24 Sequencer – sequencer made by GRP Synthesizer brand. The instrument is truly unique. First of all it’s a full functional analog sequencer which works great with both modular systems and analog synthesizers featuring CV as well as MIDI/USB – rarely can we get a full-fledged sequencer nowadays. Plus the device is made by an Italian manufacturer. R24 is considered to be used within a modular system in MOTM (5U) format which is quite a peculiar one – this kind of system is produced by such makers as Blacet Research, Oakley, Club of the knobs, Moon Modular, Serge Modular. Anyway, you can use it as a standalone sequencer since R24 comes with a power supply.

R24 Sequencer is an analog step sequencer with CV/Gate, MIDI and USB support which is developed to be integrated with 5U modular systems but it can be mounted in a 19” rack or fit any desktop/cabinet system. R24 is an 8x3-step, 64-memory-slot sequencer which saves and plays back a number of some fixed sequences. Each sequence can be adjusted in any way (8x2, 16+8 or 24 steps); step length is a flexible user parameter. When applied as a MIDI sequencer there are separate rows for MIDI Note selection and a Key Velocity step setting.

GRP Synthesizer R24 Sequencer is priced at €1434 (tax excl.)

Published: 12:59 12.05.2017
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