We brought you news of their Generator step sequencer last month last month and now Analogue Solutions has posted a video of it.
A spokesperson told us this about the video, "Our new CV-Gate analogue step sequencer invites you to twiddle! The video shows transposition using Voltage Generator touch pads, and shows use of loop points. Generator is playing the Treadstone analogue synth, also by Analogue Solutions. It also works with Eurorack systems!"
Here's more about Generator in the company's own words...
What is it!?
Generator is a highly versatile multi channel analogue step sequencer. It provides a fun and intuitive, yet powerful way to create rhythms and melodies with your modular and CV synths.
Why do I need this Sequencer? What’s so special?
Generator is a very compact and high quality step sequencer. It’s USP is that it is a playable sequencer. You don’t just set up a sequence and leave it looping. The UI is designed in such a way as to make it easy, fun and intuitive to alter the rhythm and to get alternative sequences playing using the real time touch pads.
Generator has plenty of scope for re-patching the signals using CV leads, or via the pre-configured switches.
Generator is super easy to hook up to your analogue synthesisers, Eurorack, and other analogue gear.
Sync to DAW is very easy and solid, using MIDI note 60. Play that note and the sequencer will step.
No menus of multi-button pressed. WYSIWYG front panel control.
Generator can be as complex or as simple as you want it to be
We have given this sequencer a large and diverse number of controls, that along side the patch sockets, will give even the best and experienced electronic musician endless possibilities.
We have presented the controls in a user friendly and familiar sequencer layout that, together with this manual and other resources, enable even the new guy to get great patterns quickly.
No compromise has been made with the construction of Generator. Cheaper parts have not been used!
Pricing and Availability:
UK: £629 US: $749 EU: €679
We hook up a bunch of synths - now where's my cape?