The melody maker in your EurorackDesigned by TINRS, Ships from Netherlands
Carpe Tuesday! Tuesday is our procedural sequencer filled with 13 musical algorithms that make melodies for you. The X and Y knobs let you tweak the parameters of every algorithm, giving you almost...Read More…
Tuesday is our procedural sequencer filled with 13 musical algorithms that make melodies for you. The X and Y knobs let you tweak the parameters of every algorithm, giving you almost endless possibilities without being random. The ! knob swings the density of the notes in the melody from almost none to all of them. You can sync Tuesday with an external clock source (24PPQN!) or provide your own pace between 20 and 240 bpm. For every melody you can also set the musical scale, beats per loop and ticks per beat.
Check out the manual to discover all the things you can do on a Tuesday
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