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The SEQ8XL is a modern reincarnation of the classic Serge sequencer. It offers two CV channels with individual and a combined outputs plus a gate connector per step. The maximum pattern length can be limited during operation via buttons or gate signals. – Very cool to change up melodies on the fly. Thanks to the All Gate output, the Serge Sequencer 8 XL can be used as a miniature keyboard with tunable “keys”.
The Serge Sequencer 8 XL features two CV channels with eight steps each. Voltage values in the range of -5 V to +5 V can be dialed in using potentiometers. In addition to individual connectors for channel A and B, there is a combined output. It emits the voltages of row A minus the values of row B. Furthermore, there is a gate output per step.
A switch (de)activates the SEQ8XL. For synchronizing the sequencer to other modules, a clock input was implemented. The pattern length may be altered via buttons or gate inputs. A gate signal at the hold connector makes the sequencer stop on the currently active step until the control voltage vanishes. Furthermore, there are Reset and Preset inputs. Both sockets have the same function, but Preset works with inverted voltage logic. (Reset at 0 V.) An Up / Down input allows you to reverse the direction of the SEQ8XL.
The output called All Gate emits a control voltage of +5 V each time a step is selected using the buttons or gate inputs. – In other words, a gate signal for controlling envelopes, function generators and such is generated. This makes it possible to play the Serge Sequencer 8 XL like a miniature keyboard with eight freely tunable keys.
|Power consumption +12V:||45|
|Power consumption -12V:||35|
With the blessings from Serge Tcherepnin himself, Ralf Hoffmann of Random Source reissues the whole Serge modular catalog using quality components (Burr Brown op-amps) and modern standards (SMT) from his workshop in Frankfurt. R*S release all modules in both original 4U format using banana plugs as well as 3U eurorack versions sporting minijacks.