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Mint Nerdseq. Has seen light use.Non-smoker, no pets environnement.Deepest, most versatile Eurorack module I've played with.Comes with everything that came with it (SD card, stickers, keychain, box, ribbon cable).Manufacturer description below.---------------------------The Nerdseq is a tracker based cv and trigger sequencer module (32HP) for Eurorack systems.It consists 6 tracks for the CV/Trigger/MOD generation of 18 outputs. 4 User assignable inputs, clock and reset in/outputs and 2 x 2 audio tracks to sequence samples and the integrated oscillators and FM synthesis. As the worlds first hardware tracker it allows straightforward and fast editing together with nice live playing abilities.Width: 32HPDepth: 25mmPower: 150 mA@ +12V / 32 mA @ -12VFeatures3.5″ Colour Graphics IPS display with a resolution of 480 x 320 pixels10 full size and 6 half size buttons28 mini-Jack (mono), 4 CV Inputs (range 0..10 Volt) , 12 CV outputs (Range -5 Volt /+5 Volt or 0 Volt / +10 Volt), 6 Trigger/Gate Outputs (5 Volt),2 Sample outputs (-5 Volt/+5 Volt), Clock + Reset In/Output (5 Volt)microSD connector accessible on frontpanel2 Expander ports for Midi and up to 4 extensions8 Tracks -> 6 CV/Trigger/Gate, 2×2 sample tracks for 2 audio outputs239 Sequencer rows175 Patterns with each 64 (and less) StepsFlexible and comfortable arrangement of patternsCapable for advanced song arrangements as well as live access to patternsEuclidean Rhythm input for Trigger Expander176 Patches32 Tables with 16 (and less) steps8 Automation slots (LFO/Modulations)8 ADSR Envelopes12 Sample slotsSample support for RAW 8 bit mono and WAV 8/16 bit, Mono/Stereo4 Oscillators with Sine, Triangle, Sawtooth, Pulse, Noise Waveforms4 Operator FM SynthesisWith expansions up to 64 additional outputs sequenceableMidi multitrack / multichannel polyphonic sequencing with all midi features and additional modulations…..and much more….
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