Paul of Vacoloco needed an easy way to test out some of his synth projects so he built a basic sequencer based on an ATmega16 chip –

It sends MIDI notes and velocity on a user selectable Midi channel along with two MIDI CC’s (user selectable) and of course has variable sequence length.

You can turn steps on and off using the buttons, but I forgot to show this feature. When I do the next video I’ll be sure to show this feature.

It’s still in the early stages of development, and has one or two little bugs in it.

The sound is coming from the MonowaveII sound skin.

Keeping it real with that sweet perfboard aesthetic – nice. – GorF [via Matrixsynth]

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