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Sequencer modules

For consecutive order, sequencer modules have to be synchronized by a ramp (sawUp) signal.
Either use a Ramp module (see below) or a ramp wave in your DAW (connnected to 'rp' input of seq module - not to audio mixer (ear/speaker damage).

Provides ramp signal to audio seq modules.
This module has to be triggered by a gate signal.

outputs unipolar control signals.
Up to 128 different sequences can be stored and recalled using the SelectSeq control or an external control signal.
Sequences can also be stored/recalled by using the PrsetList.
With Glide control to smoothen hard transitions.

outputs gate signals.
Up to 128 different sequences can be stored and recalled using the SelectSeq control or an external control signal.
Sequences can also be stored/recalled by using the PrsetList.
With Swing and StepLength controls.

outputs note values.

Connect it directly to an Osc.

outputs pitch values.

Connect it to a PitchModifier module (eg PMod2mLD), with modulation level fully turned up.

SequencerTools modules

These modules make rhythm and melody programming easier.

remote control for a note/pitch and gate seq modules.
Up to 128 different gate and note/pitch sequences can be stored and recalled using the SelectSeq control or an external control signal.
preset lists for note/pitch and gate values.

ramp state indicator (if ramp is connected)

as above, but also with Control remote control.

preset lists for note/pitch, gate, and control values as well as all values together.

important: for external control, connect Pipes only to NG/NGC Note/Pitch pipes , not to the 'usual' pipes , as Note/Pitch pipes have a different range.

Connection example with NGCseqControl module