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32-step sequencer based on interesting algorithm
Six Eyes - 32-step sequencer based on interesting algorithm. Melodies or modulations are created with 6 knobs. 32-step and only 6 knobs. So how does it work?
All knobs are bipolar and can set negative or positive offsets. Zero value corresponds to the "12 o'clock" position.
CLOCK - simple clock/click/triger input. CLOCK can accept regular or occasional triggers. The Six Eyes sequencer is always waiting for a signal to go to the next step.
RESET (or in the context of the Six Eyes sequencer it can be said "sleep") input:
- send short trigger to reset the sequencer (jumps to the initial step);
- or send long gate signal to hold the sequencer on the initial step;
- the same thing can be done manually via the button: short press to reset the sequencer or long press to hold the sequencer on the initial step.
OUT - the sequencer output. CV output range from -6V to +6V (12 octaves in total). Output CV values are not quantized same as in all analog sequencers. You can use unquantized values for "true" modular sound or you can add a quantizer after Six Eyes to keep your melody or modulation in a scale you want.
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