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The Vox Digitalis from Noise Engineering is a small, easy to programm 16-step note sequencer. Thanks to the two LCD displays and simple controls, you can quickly dial in a melody using the single Edit encoder. Plug a clock to the Beat input and you’re ready to go! Set your sequence length, dial in each note, randomize, save and load up to 16 sequences. A complete sequencer in only 4HP!
The Vox Digitalis is a 16-step pitch CV sequencer.
The number of the current step is indicated by the LCD display on top. The Adv button moves the sequence to the next step. The sequence length can be adjusted from one to sixteen steps using Adv and the encoder.
The current note is shown in the second display and edited using the encoder.
A switch enables to change the direction of the playback: Forward, Random, and Pingpong.
Pressing Load and the encoder will randomize the current sequence.
Furthermore, it is possible to store and recall sequences thanks to Save and Load.
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If you can get over the unpronounceable Latin names of their modules, Noise Engineering offers a wide catalog of often digitally-driven modules in a compact format. Basimilus Iteritas Alter is already a modern classic that covers all your bass and percussion needs. Noise Engineering are based in sunny Los Angeles, California.