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Random*Source Serge Modular Sequencer / Programmer (4U)

504.20
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Random*Source Serge Modular Sequencer / Programmer (4U)

504.20
excl. 19% sales tax

The Serge Sequencer / Programmer 8 (SQP8) can be used as a push-button, manual programmer and/or sequencer. The pushbuttons not only allow to select a certain stage, but also to set the length of the sequence in performance while a sequence is running. Other sequencing capabilities include RESET, UP/DOWN and HOLD pulse inputs as well as a GATE output which allows to use the pushbuttons as a simple mini-keyboard. Another unique feature is the A minus B output which outputs the difference between the A and the B output.

The R*S version is optimized for speed and use in the audio range. This allows the use of the sequencer similar to a wavetable oscillator - using a clock of 8kHz (eg from a DSG mk2) generates output waveforms with a base frequency of 1kHz that still have sharp edges.

Some details of the Random*Source Sequencer module:

  • Blazingly fast - suited for audio (ab)use

  • GATE OUT - pushbuttons can be used as a mini-keyboard

  • Configurable RESET input

  • 4x4 format (4U high serge format)

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The Serge Sequencer / Programmer 8 (SQP8) can be used as a push-button, manual programmer and/or sequencer. The pushbuttons not only allow to select a certain stage, but also to set the length of the sequence in performance while a sequence is running. Other sequencing capabilities include RESET, UP/DOWN and HOLD pulse inputs as well as a GATE output which allows to use the pushbuttons as a simple mini-keyboard. Another unique feature is the A minus B output which outputs the difference between the A and the B output.

The R*S version is optimized for speed and use in the audio range. This allows the use of the sequencer similar to a wavetable oscillator - using a clock of 8kHz (eg from a DSG mk2) generates output waveforms with a base frequency of 1kHz that still have sharp edges.

Some details of the Random*Source Sequencer module:

  • Blazingly fast - suited for audio (ab)use

  • GATE OUT - pushbuttons can be used as a mini-keyboard

  • Configurable RESET input

  • 4x4 format (4U high serge format)