WNAMM12: Detachment 3 Engineering Archangel Sequencer

16 step, 4ch sequencer with touchstrip keyboard      31/01/12

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Not yet in production, the Detachment 3 Archangel Sequencer is a beast of an analog sequencer with a wide array of features, including a pitch quantizer - thank goodness!

It also has a touchstrip keyboard to make programming a more integrated experience. And a large number of playback modes for added creativity.

Looks very tasty.

Available later this year 

 

 


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EMwhite    Said...

Dude reminds me of the big guy from Penn & Teller. Interesting but I think it's going to be yet another $1,000+ sequencer.

Nothing beats Cirklon IMHO; and if you get up into the $1,500 price range, may as well go for Moon modular (if that's your bag)

31-Jan-12 10:21 PM


juicy audio    Said...

this looks and sounds fantastic in terms of the functionality. However, call me a luddite, but wouldnt it have been a bit more useful and possibly cheaper to have a standard fatar-ish keyboard and have it mapped via pressure and velocity? plus you could have had more than an an octave. Just a thought.

If this can come in at about the magic figure of 599 ( ive noticed a lot of stuff beyond the "hand held" these days, shifts at below 1k price points and 599 is some kind of strange, magical "buy me now" figure), then it WILL shift, methinks. Beyond 1k...lux/ top end market appeal.

02-Feb-12 04:59 AM


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