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Our expert Thomas described this module pretty well as "a sequencer for sequencing sequences".
It is a five-step analog sequencers for generating CVs and gates, featuring step addressing via pulses, keypress and a CV. The sequence can be transposed for arpeggio-like effects.
Beyond this the module includes two 5-to-1 sequential switch units which, in the same clock like the sequencer moves, switch one of five signals to one output.
The Sequence Selector is a five stage analog sequencer that provides gate inputs and outputs on all stages. It is possible to jump directly to any stage, eliminating the need for a reset.
Patching the stage's output (the socket placed against a red background at the top of the stage) to another stage's Stage Select input of another stage allows for shorter sequences that go from any stage to any stage.
A clock signal at the Advance input or pressing the button will make the sequencer move one stage forward.
The sequencer's stages can be addressed via a voltage at the Analog In. As long as the voltage is zero Volts, the sequencer will not be influenced. When the incoming CV is greater than 100mV, the clocking is overridden and the stages are selected by the CV only.
Besides the individual pulse outputs for each stage the sequencer also contains a main gate output which is controlled by the white switches at each stage.
A control voltage at the transpose input is mixed with the CV generated by the sequencer and allows for transposing the sequence, e.g. for arpeggio-like effects.
Below the faders two 5-to-1 switches (signal selector a and b) are located which are coupled to the sequencer. Per switch unit one of the input signals is emitted at the a, respectively b output. The active input depends on the selected stage.
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Mark Verbos started playing electronic music instruments at the early age of 13. He had the chance to learn electronics under the auspices of none other than Grant Richter and became the reference contact person for repairs of vintage Buchla systems. Years later, he started started creating the instruments he uses himself on stage under Verbos Electronics and since 2017 moved operations from NYC to Berlin.