NAMM 2016: Industrial Music Electronics (Harvestman) Stillson Hammer Mk2

US 4 track performance sequencer for live performance      23/01/16
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From the company formally known as The Harvestman Digital Audio Electronics (now Industrial Music Electronics) comes the Stillson Hammer Mk2. A four track sequencer designed for live performance. Which kind of has nothing to do with the original Stillson HAmmer.

Four CV/gate tracks directly control your collection of oscillators and percussion. Seven pages of parameters determine your musical performance, edited in realtime with a bank of 16 sliders.

A series of hotkeys gives you immediate access to generate, modify sequences or individualised parameters across all four tracks, with no menu diving whatsoever.

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 Stillson Hammer Mk2 will cost $666.

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