Noise Reap's DIY sequencer is a nine step voltage sequencer with hold and reset functions. Patchable gate outputs. Loops at 9 steps if no information is given to the RST or HLD inputs. It's skiff friendly, and reverse polarity protected - at a crazy good price!
- CLK – Clock input for a square wave LFO, dedicated clock, etc.
- HLD – A positive voltage here will cause the clock input to be ignored, thereby holding on the current step
- RST – A positive voltage here will return the sequencer to step one - note that the sequencer will not start running again until the RST voltage goes low again.
- CV Out – Voltage output corresponding to knob position (±2V, noon position is 0V)
- HLD@ – Same as HLD (Note: If a cable is patched from 5 to HLD@, the sequence will be five steps long and stop at step 5)
- RST@ – Same as RST (Note: If a cable is patched from 5 to RST@, the sequence will be four steps long and loop)
- Outputs 2-9 – Gate outputs. Any given output will be high (+5 V) for as long as the corresponding step is active
Specs & Downloads
Specs & Downloads
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Customer Reviews (1)
- Like Spinal Tap, it's one more!Review by HipsterSpeedball
This was my first successful sdiy. I was so excited. I cleared my entire day and got to building. I followed the build guide on the Noise Reap site. Detailed photos helped also. PCB is cleary labeled. With 9 knobs/LED's and 16 input/output jacks make sure to take your time. I layed the components in the PCB and installed the faceplate gently. Hand tightened everything in place and made sure the LED's were aligned and soldered everything.
With some patience and a quick breaks in between, I was done after a few hours and got to playing. I'm not going to get into what this module can do, but if you're not sure, just go for it! (Posted on 1/26/2017)