Pittsburgh Modular Sequence Designer For Superbooth

partner for the Microvolt and more      17/04/18

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A tease from the folks at Pittsburgh Modular - the new Sequence Designer (seen here paired with their new MicroVolt 3900 desktop synth. It looks like a 32 step sequencer with a load of useful features, including sequence banks a through d for 128 step contrsuctions. More details to follow, but we'll make a beeline for the booth as soon as we get there. 

Superbooth is being held in Berlin on the 3rd, 4th and 5th May (only a couple of weeks away)

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