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The sequencer for the Mattson Mini Modular is available in the Eurorack format. One 52HP panel includes all the functions of the main sequencer and the expansion module. Here are some of the sequencer’s basic features:
2 rows of 8 steps, or daisy-chain them for a 16-step sequence.
A user tap-tempo mode that overrides the internal VC or external
Published on Mar 17, 2019 UFO LFO
“Just built this little division 6 synthesizer from a kit. Has C.V. and gate inputs did not work well with the Korg SQ 1 as yet, still debugging. Most the sound features seem to be working has dual lfo’s and strange cross modulation of pitch and VCA basic filter no rez and A R envelope”
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Quick demo of the Business Card Synthesizer
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“The Business Card Synthesizer is a tiny synth that can be connected to a Business Card Sequencer, other synth gear, or played by itself.
These fun little kits were introduced
Published on Oct 4, 2018 File Transfer Protocol
“Playing with the new OBEY module from Synthrotek. OBEY is a dual-function module: one half envelope follower and one half attenuverter / offset generator. I’m using the envelope follower in a feedback type path from the vco which is running through the Fold module in order to modulate the resonance on the LPG. The percussion is provided by two
Published on Jun 30, 2018 companyofquail
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“An enclosure kit is now available for the sequencer. The top panel is a PCB, and the sides and bottom are made from laser-cut acrylic.”
You can find them here.
This one is in via George Mattson of Mattson Mini Modular. Back on September 15, 2007, I posted a little teaser that would eventually launch Mattson back into the synth manufacturing world. He is the man behind the Syntar – the original keytar synthesizer, and the SWAN (Syntar Without A Neck) was the follow-up non-keytar version. It’s fitting and an honor that George Mattson is announcing his
A few pics of my new Division 6 DUAL MINI SEQUENCER!!! Two racked shots below.
I am looking forward to giving this one a go this weekend. It’s a dual 16 step sequencer that can run each sequence either independently or linked. Each one has a five octave range and offers an accent out, which should be very interesting in adding that extra dynamic to sequences.
The following is a recap on what
Published on Oct 11, 2017 John L Rice
“This is my set from the MOTS event at Seward Park in Seattle WA USA October 7th 2017. *(also very short clips of the other performers at the end as a bonus)
Again I used my little Canon M5 mirror-less camera but this time with an 8mm fish-eye lens. Audio is a direct recording from the mixing desk. (thanks Bradley!)”
Division 6 Mattson SQ816 Sequencer on