MATRIXSYNTH: Arduino Sequencer (first prototype)

Monday, March 24, 2008

Arduino Sequencer (first prototype)

YouTube via beamercola

"Tycho playing with my home built arduino midi sequencer. Still a work in progress!

First row is the standard note assignment
Second row is velocity (turned off in this video)
Third row is measure based global transposition


via Beamer:
"Beamer here (from the Beamer Wall

I've been working on a sequencer project for a while and I got some good footage of my good friend Scott Hansen from Tycho ( and ISO50 ( playing with it.

And some photos:

It's based off of the Arduino right now.
The first row is your standard note assignment The second row is velocity (turned off in this video) The third row is measure based global transposition

The next extension I'll be doing is pots on both sides of each row allowing you to trim the left or right side of the sequence.

Thanks for all your hard work on the blog!

Thank you!


  1. Mini site if you want to catch up on updates

  2. Did you ever finish this sequencer?
    It sounds great.


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