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Technosaurus Cyclodon

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Listed:a year ago
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MASAO TACHIBANA
Richland, WA, United States
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The Cyclodon is back! I mean this handy VHS size desktop step sequencer can drive your modular synth with CV out as simple yet powerful live performance system.

If the Microcon is more complex than some other small synthesizers, the Cyclodon is much simpler than most other sequencers. Indeed, it's hard to see how it could be any simpler and still be useful. It offers a maximum of 16 steps, and you can use a set of four switches to select any sequence length from 1 to 16. You determine the CV generated at each step using the 16 knobs arranged in two rows of eight. The seventeenth knob sets the tempo. Another switch defeats this, and allows you to clock the Cyclodon externally using Roland's DIN‑Sync 24 standard. The only other controls are a switch that toggles between 'auto' and 'manual' stepping, and a Start/Stop/Manual button that allows you to set up and run your sequence.

There are only two outputs: CV and Gate. And if I mention the 10 LEDs that show which step is playing (position one to eight, row one or two) and the input for the PSU, there is nothing left to describe. Well, nothing except for the programmable Clock Divider. This allows you to slow the external sync signal by any factor from two to 16. Interesting. Anybody fancy a sequence in 7/4 over a 12/8 sync pattern?

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