Copper Traces Seek - Step Sequencer
SEEK is a 64 step CV/gate sequencer with legato and an accent output. The easy to use yet compact interface allows for quick sequencing of complex, carefully crafted melodies. The multipurpose reset input, multiple pattern options and algorithmically controlled randomness make it perfect for completely or partially generative patterns.
- Any sequence length up to 64 steps
- Five octave range
- Separate gate and accent outputs with per step legato, accent and rest
- Six patterns: Forward, Reverse, Forward-Reverse, Ping-Pong, Random, Brownian
- Multipurpose reset input: Reset, Run/ Stop, One shot, Play Direction, Randomness, Slip-Forward, Slip-Back, Jump to a Random Step
- Internal clock capable of 5 to 250 bpm. The accent output can be set up to output the clock.
- Complex shuffle and gate length patterns are preserved when using an external clock.
- 12 save locations save all parameters for easy recall of complex patches during a live performance
- Cue recalls new scenes only after the current sequence finishes. Use the keyboard to quickly select new scenes while keeping everything in time
- Random algorithms allow for static or evolving randomness that create subtle or extreme note variations. A separate probability parameter controls how often the random algorithm is applied.
- Random sequence generator creates new sequences with one button press
- Quantizer can be set to constrain outgoing notes to any arbitrary scale chosen using the keyboard
- Transpose from -1 to +2 octaves and by any number of semitones as chosen with the keyboard
- Tile function allows for duplication of a section of the sequence for easy multiple bar variations
- Clock divider divides by any power of two from /1 to /64
Power: 35ma +12V | 7ma -12V
This video looks at a couple quick ways to create new sequences with Seek, a 64 step Eurorack sequencer. More info can be found here: http://www.coppertracesmusic.com/euro_seek.html Follow COPPER TRACES on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/coppertraces/
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