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Developing the Super Sixteen Step Sequencer (eurorack)
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Author Developing the Super Sixteen Step Sequencer (eurorack)
extralifedisco
Hello wigglers!
I've been developing a new sequencer module for eurorack I call the Super Sixteen, and have recently completed the first engineering prototype. There's still lots to change and fix before it's ready for primetime, but I thought you DIYers would be interested in the design/dev process, which I've been documenting in a series on Youtube.

It's designed primarily as a monophonic bassline and melody sequencer with pitch, gate and CV out. I plan to add patch memory and will include scale selection, motion recording, and portamento.

The sequencer is open-hardware, built on the Atmega328p microcontroller, and was prototyped with Arduino Uno. If you're interested in developing a CV module with Arduino, the information in the first few videos will be helpful in getting started. I'll try and update this post with progress as it gets developed, but here are the videos I've made so far. Enjoy, and let me know if I can clarify anything or if you have any suggestions on the design so far!

Read the code and get the KiCad files on Github:
https://github.com/matthewcieplak/super-sixteen

Super Sixteen Youtube Series:

  1. Designing a Eurorack Sequencer - Pt. 1: Digital to Analog Converter and Amplifier
  2. Designing a Eurorack Sequencer - Pt. 2: Seven Segment Displays
  3. Designing a Eurorack Sequencer - Pt. 3: LED/Button Matrix
  4. Designing a Eurorack Sequencer - Pt. 4: PCB Prototyping
  5. Designing a Eurorack Sequencer - Pt. 5: Assembly and Testing


First video in the series:



The front panel layout of the sequencer (concept art):

4floorsofwhores
Wow. Good work
veets
Looks cool. I look forward to watching your progress.
Lemmy
Great stuff, I hope you will keep going with it!
djthopa
Looking good! Following your progress Guinness ftw!

Edited: that upverter app looks ace
StillNotWorking
we're not worthy applause thumbs up thumbs up thumbs up
Sebo
Looks good!!! I'm interested smile
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