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Subject: RE: [motm] arpeggiator module..

From: "Brousseau, Paul E (Paul)" <noise@...>
Date: 2000-04-26

Do, you're suggesting a DoDoMOAS, or perhaps GDoMOAS? I wouldn't mind
seeing a simple 8-step, no-memory, CV+Gate sequencer. But to be honest, I
want my delay module first. ;)

(Incidently, I think the idea behind the Concussor line is great! Does
anyone know if there are samples online anywhere? I found one linked from
the Analogue Solutions website, but I'm interested in varied takes. I'd
think about investing in a module or two if they weren't of the Doepfer
design / form-factor.)


> -----Original Message-----
> From:revtor@... [SMTP:revtor@...]
> Sent:Wednesday, April 26, 2000 11:52 AM
> Subject:[motm] arpeggiator module..
> I agree that a simple seq/arpeggiator module would be cool since I realize
> that the only reason I'm keeping my Juno6 is because of the arpeggiator
> and
> how it can be triggered by a CV.. Kind of a waste of space I think, but
> the
> Bass that Juno can pump out makes it all worth it. Anyway, have any of
> you
> seen the concussor line of small 8 step gate and cv sequencers? Something
> like this is ideal because you can expand as your budget allows, they can
> be
> linked together internally, theyre simple, they can run separately of
> eachother etc etc.. The DoMOAS will be sick, but I think there's a niche
> where a small 8 step cv or gate seq would fit nicely.. Using the DoMOAS
> to
> do arpeggios is like using a blowtorch to light a candle.. Now a simple
> lighter would be great...
> small,
> simple,
> cheap.