*This is Version 3*
in multipage with even more control like clock divider/multiplier, quantised with 15 different scales to choose from and a reverb (audio through) to spice up your Synths.
This shift register MIDI Sequencer produces random notes. These can be completely random, or they can be locked into loops that repeat every 8 steps. It is inspired by the “Turing Machine” from Music Thing Modular which goes back to the long history of shift register circuits.
This is a shift memory sequencer, based around 8 steps.
You cannot program this sequencer to play specific tunes. You cannot save sequences. You can never go back to a sequence that has changed. You only can “steer” it in a certain direction.
*Page 1 – Sequencer
Knob 1: Select Steps to Random
Knob 2: Amount of change (randomness)
Knob 3: Octaves
Knob 4: Step length (2-8 Steps)
*Page 2 – Settings
Knob 1: BPM
Knob 2: Clock Multiplier/Divider
Knob 3: Key duration
Knob 4: Quantisation Scale
*Page 3 – Midi
Knob 1: Midi Channel
*Page 4 – Reverb
Knob 1: Room Size
Knob 2: Dampening
Knob 3: Dry/Wet
Knob 4: Predelay
Aux: Play / Stop / Clear (hold for 1 sec.)
You can set a starting Note by pressing it on the note keys then hold the Aux-Button for 1 second. Knob 3 on page 1 is also an octave changer for the keys of the organelle.