DIY, the 8-step GorF step sequencer

This is a demo of the GorF, a minimal step MIDI sequencer that offers analog-style sequencing.

It sends MIDI notes and velocity on a user selectable MIDI channel, along with two MIDI CC’s (user selectable. the GorF offers variable sequence length. You can also turn steps on an off using the buttons, though this is not demo’d.

The sound is coming from the MonowaveII sound skin.

With four sequences with parameters, steps with pitch, gate, and Control Change, sequencing controls, legato mode, and the planned ability to both send and receive clock, this is one useful-looking device. And from the video above, it looks like it’s progressing really nicely.

~ by steelberryclones on January 27, 2009.

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