8-16 Step Programmable SequencerDesigned by PMFoundations, Ships from United States of America
DIY - PCBs ONLY Two 6HP modules comprise this Eurorack sequencer. The control module handles 16 steps and an 8 step CV board is included. An additional 8 step CV board can be added. Analog contr...Read More…
DIY - PCBs ONLY
Two 6HP modules comprise this Eurorack sequencer. The control module handles 16 steps and an 8 step CV board is included. An additional 8 step CV board can be added.
Build it yourself - This is a set of 2 high quality PCBs and 2 front panels ONLY for users who want to purchase their own components and build their own module. Some product photos above show COMPLETED build. You can add a pre-programmed PIC microprocessor to the order if you do not have the facilities to do this yourself.
The module (when using our front panels) is Eurorack size and only 12HP wide leaving room in your rack for other modules. The control board and CV board can be separately located in different parts of your rack if desired, so that you can have the controller nearby and the CV pots further away from the action.
The module uses a Microchip PIC24 microprocessor.
Switch options for latching switch:
Switch options for the momentary switch:
But use the eSwitch caps only for all these items: Mouser 612-1R-xx
Comprehensive documentation, parts lists and firmware are provided in the documentation link for building, testing and using the module.
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Quinn | April 19, 2018
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