MATRIXSYNTH: Westlicht Performer Eurorack Modular Sequencer

Thursday, May 09, 2019

Westlicht Performer Eurorack Modular Sequencer

via this auction

See this post for a demo.

via westlicht

"PER|FORMER is a eurorack sequencer module designed for both live performance and work in the studio. It is based on the concept of step sequencing and can generate a wide variety of rhythms, melodies and modulation signals. While offering a vast amount of programming options, strong focus is put on having performance critical features available as directly as possible. External MIDI controllers can be used for live recording and to control many parameters of the sequencing engine. Alternatively you can directly connect a Novation Launchpad™ to control many aspects of the sequencer. A highly configurable clock system allows the module to act both as a master clock or sync to many other modules or external gear. In the studio, the module can act as a precise MIDI to CV converter. And best of all, if you should ever get bored with music, you can play some asteroids on it too!

PER|FORMER was developed as a free time project and is currently not a commercial product. However, the design files are freely available and the software is open source, allowing experienced DIY enthusiasts to build their own.

8 track sequencer
16 sequences per track
64 steps per sequence
Multiple track and sequence modes
Note and modulation sequencing
Snapshot system
Sequence generators
Routing system for CV inputs and external MIDI controllers
Novation Launchpad™ support
Generate MIDI output from multiple sequences
Flexible clock system
User Interface
Large and bright 256x64 pixel OLED display
Encoder with push button
32 buttons with bi-color LEDs
5 function buttons with labels on display
Inputs and Outputs
8 CV outputs (-5V to 5V)
8 gate outputs (5V)
4 CV inputs (-5V to 5V)
Clock and reset/run input
Clock and reset/run output
MIDI input and output (MIDI TRS 3.5mm jacks)
USB Host for MIDI over USB
microSD Card Slot
Width: 34 HP
Depth: 25mm
Power: 100mA @ +12V, 15mA @ -12V (not including USB host power)"

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