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The Sequentix P3 has already shown to the world how a really good hardware step-sequencer can look like. Single patterns can not only to play instruments but also influence other patterns or global parameters. The successor Cirklon pursues those idea even more: features, operation and workflow outshine everything else. An extraordinary sequencer.
This here is the basic version without CV In/Out option (see below).
The Cirklon offers 32 tracks with pattern up to 256 steps length. Besides the step sequencer mode you can create patterns with arbitrary length in an event list mode or a drum grid mode.
In step sequencer mode following parameters are saved within one pattern: note number, velocity, note length, delay, gate, tie, skip as well as 4 so-called Aux Events. Those are by default control changes. If 4 CCs are not enough then you can use other tracks of course.
Aux Events also allow for creating dynamic, self-modifying patterns. They can "pick up" values from other events, add randomness and probability, change track parameters and even global parameters and so on...
The unit is operated with 19 encoders with push-function, 35 rugged keys with integrated LEDs, 35 more three-color LEDs and a 240x64 big display. Creating sequences can be done with encoders and step buttons, by (non)quantized recording from a master keyboard or jam-like by turning the A and B pots in the "sculpt mode".
Further featues: common editing of several nores and values. Copying, transposing and rotating the sequence. For each step you can set different step lengths and measures. Patterns can be played back forward, backward, alternating, penudulum style or in different random modes.
From song to scene, from tracks to patterns even to the MIDI outputs: you can name everything clearly! No cryptic naming of patterns or tracks. Even months later you see which track contains which pattern.
Cirklon auf den Seiten von Sequentix;http://sequentix.com/cirklon.htm;Sequentix´ Video-Kanal mit netten Anleitungen;http://www.youtube.com/user/sequentix