Voltages can be anything you want, range is -5V to +5V but the SLCT input is overvoltage protected. Sequencing only works on current bank. These are the sequencing methods as mentioned in the manual:
- Continuous : hook up a sequencer, LFO or envelope generator. You can attenuvert and add dc offset with Maze.
- Trigger : standard sequencer for trigger or gate. You can set sequence length, direction and start with Maze. You can also reset or jump to a preset by pressing a matrix button.
- Random : same as trigger. But trigger sets a random preset. You can set random minimum and maximum and again pressing a matrix button will jump to preset.
- Euclidean : same as trigger. But sequence is based around setting a length and a deviation. So, by setting the length to 10 and the deviation to 5 you will have presets 0,2,4,6,8,10 in your sequence. Pressing a matrix button will shift the sequence.
In this mode if you set the length to 0, the sequence will count forever with within 16 steps, the deviation determines the number of presets that will be skipped on each trigger. This is great for creating semi-random sequences.
This info will be added to the final manual.
Looks like a great module for live performances for people with good memories.
Not exactly sure if you mean the interface, routings or both. But the module seems more difficult than it is, as most of it pretty much speaks for itself once you get into it. Besides that I've added some things like Maze telling you in "Settings Mode" what you are changing, so no need to memorise that stuff. Like any other module with a bit of menu you will need to spend some time getting to know it. But of course I agree it may require more thinking than the 4ms matrix.
Like LowOver says here it depends on what you want to do with it. The 4ms matrix may be better for some and Maze for others.
Hope there will be a DivKid video on this!
There will be