Add-on module to provide a second independent row of CVs for the Synthola SequencerDesigned by PMFoundations, Ships from United States of America
DIY - PCBs ONLY This module does not add 8 steps to the sequencer. If that is what you would like, try the 8 step expansion This module adds a second line of eight CV pots and an output jack so ...Read More…
DIY - PCBs ONLY
This module does not add 8 steps to the sequencer. If that is what you would like, try the 8 step expansion
This module adds a second line of eight CV pots and an output jack so that for each step you can have two independent CVs to control say pitch and filter level or pitch and clock division. This is the ideal module if you want to try ratcheting
You must have a working Synthola Sequencer to use this module. With the resulting combination of the two modules, the CV1 output on the main board is designed to control the note pitch and the CV2 line to control, for example, the modulation of a filter, clock divider, switch etc.
Unfortunately, you can't have a second row and an additional 8 steps! Please contact us if you need help with configuration or selection.
Comprehensive documentation, parts lists and firmware are provided in the documentation link for building, testing and using the module.
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