This Module is discontinued.
HM1974 Mk2: 4-track control voltage sequencer for realtime music performance
STILLSON HAMMER MARK II is a 4-track control voltage sequencer for real-time music performance. Four CV/gate tracks directly control your collection of oscillators and percussion. Seven pages of parameters determine your musical performance, edited in real-time with a bank of 16 sliders. A series of hotkeys immediately generate or modify sequences or individualized parameters across all four tracks, with no menu diving whatsoever. Two CV inputs and large manual controls mutate any number of sequence parameters, with programmable modulation amount per step. 32 preset slots are provided for your storage of sequencer data. The keypad, rotary encoder, CV modifiers, LED feedback (on all buttons, sliders, and numerical display) and slider bank work in harmony to allow astonishingly fast music creation across all four tracks, in an ergonomically valid user interface uncommon in modular synthesis. It is possible to quickly generate and meaningfully manipulate a full 4-track sequence with minimal slider interaction.
All step parameters may be modulated by two external CV channels. Each CV input can be assigned to any combination of parameter pages, with the attenuation of the CV input programmable per sequencer step. The two manual controls are large and playable.
|EU||PRICEDROP The overall condition of this *Industrial Music Electronics...||€445,00||maxgr|
|USA||***Ribbon Cable Included*** INDUSTRIAL MUSIC ELECTRONICS STILLSON ...||$550.00|
|USA||Selling my Stillson Hammer ! Awesome sequencer, really sad to see it go....||$540.00|
|EU||The overall condition of this *Industrial Music Electronics Stillson Ham...||€429,00||Bago|
|EU||In perfect working order and condition.Comes with generic box. Buyer pay...||$609.52|
|EU||The overall condition of this *Industrial Music Electronics Stillson Ham...||€500,00||binnie|
|USA||The overall condition of this *Industrial Music Electronics Stillson Ham...||$399.00||unity2k|
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