Brazil and Colombia-based Sismo create analog told for live performance, audiovisual installations, educational practices and experimental interaction. Check out their new Tapbum Register Sequencer.
In their own words, Sismo describe the new Register Sequencer as follows:
"Tapbum introduces a register sequencer. Rec and clear buttons for create your rhythym loops. Just tap the rec button to record the parts. And tap the black button to clear the part. Each time you tap, adding more steps.
This unit has three sound sections: bass drum, woodblock and synth (square, noise, crash or cymbal). Three oscillators and three frequency adjustment. Slide function with cv in to modulate the synth part.
3 Oscillators (cv in)
8 step register sequencer
Slide function (cv in)
Syncable by clock, lead the tempo
2 outputs (osc A, osc B)
Oscillator: 2 x sine wave 1 x square wave 1 x noise
Control : register sequencer
Power source: 12 Volts DC (center positive) (Not included)
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