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16 Step Sequencer - Where is it?
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smithknows
I’m looking to replace my Rene with something smaller.

I just need a simple sequencer with 16 steps. I can’t seem to find it.
Am I missing something?
Send me some suggestions.

Thanks.
neonmercury1
copper traces seek perhaps?
JohnLRice
Yup, Copper Traces Seek, or Erica Synths Pico SEQ, or 2hp Seq, or . . .
smithknows
Ooh. Seek is cool module I didn’t know about.
I’d rather have something with knobs though.

I see you’re in Seattle too.
Joe.
If you can diy, then a pair (or more) of Transient Modules '8s' ,plus a sequential switch like the Doepfer A-151 (version 2).

Hirsbro
Ladik S-182 CV-8 *2 and S-180 =12hp
edit..
need a switch too.. so 14 - 16 hp
Randy
This is available with 16 steps but probably too big for you.

http://www.modulargrid.net/e/pmfoundations-synthola

Randy
calvinsomething
What about the Verbos Multistage or Doepfer A155?
nickgrys
calvinsomething wrote:
What about the Verbos Multistage or Doepfer A155?


I'm also a fan of the Verbos VMS paired with a seq switch.

Or, how about the Malekko Voltage block (8 x 16-step cv sequencer) or Varigate 8 (8 x 16-step gate sequencer + 2 cv channels)?
kingcons
I wound up going from Rene to Monome's White Whale and _really_ loved it. It retains the hands on feel of Rene while taking up 6hp instead of 34, has its own clock, and has 2 CV outputs and 4 trigger outs.

Granted you lose glide and some of the interesting CV-able behavior of Rene and you'd need a Monome grid. The grid is a serious investment (you can find one used for $500 if you hunt a bit) but to me it was worth it to be able to have a 6U system with heavy duty sequencing that only took up 6 HP. (White Whale regularly goes for under $200 used as well).
sduck
If you can DIY the prizma is cool - http://doboz.audio/prizma/

Not the most user friendly thing, it requires some manual diving, but very powerful for the size.
itsritual
sduck wrote:
If you can DIY the prizma is cool - http://doboz.audio/prizma/

Not the most user friendly thing, it requires some manual diving, but very powerful for the size.


Was going to suggest this or the Microbe Modular Meta Sequencer: http://microbemodular.com/products/meta-sequencer

Goes up to 64 steps, and I find it easier to use than my Prizma.
brandonlogic
two octones are designed to work together (linked together with a rear jumper) as a very nice and flexible 16 step sequencer.

Muse FTW
brandonlogic wrote:
two octones are designed to work together (linked together with a rear jumper) as a very nice and flexible 16 step sequencer.



I had no idea they could be linked like this. That's pretty cool.
mirth23
Small sequencers with knobs, but both are 8 steps: Bastl Popcorn, XAOC Moskwa

Smaller than Rene, single knob encoder (not per-note), lots more capable: FLXS1, Eloquencer

AFAIK, other 16 step knob-baesd sequencers in Eurorack are bigger than Rene.

edit: I didn't know about the Octone or that they can be linked, nice
Bachelard
Malekko Voltage Block is smaller than a Rene....
smithknows
These are great suggestions. Thanks guys.

The dual Octone idea might be the one.
adam
sq1
neonmercury1
smithknows wrote:
Ooh. Seek is cool module I didn’t know about.
I’d rather have something with knobs though.

I see you’re in Seattle too.


yeah i think the dual octone might be the hit! that is when you can scoop two(they are discontinued).
I am in seattle but im moving to Berlin next month
1960strat
Voltageblock or a Stilson Hammer 2
Sleipnir
brandonlogic wrote:
two octones are designed to work together (linked together with a rear jumper) as a very nice and flexible 16 step sequencer.

Holy amazeballs, wishing I knew about those when they were available.

If you have a way to feed it voltages and triggers, the Brain seed is a whole lot of magic in 4hp.
ersatzplanet
You can link the two sequencers in the Division6 Mini Sequencers and get 32 steps, otherwise it is a DUAL 16-step. If you build it yourself it only cost $90.

basicbasic
NLC Bindubba https://www.modulargrid.net/e/nonlinearcircuits-bindubba-sequencer
Mr. Roboto
What about the 2hp Seq?
Vokx
Although only 6hp smaller: Tiptop Audio Z8000.
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