Robaux are a relatively new German company making Eurorack modules. Their latest is the SWT16+, a 16‑track trigger sequencer...
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The Medusa combines analogue and digital, synthesizer and sequencer — and even throws in a controller for good measure.
At a glance the AS Generator looks like a conventional step sequencer, but there's much more to it than that...
The Erica Synths Drum Sequencer is a drum brain optimised for live performance with plenty of capacity for all your favourite patterns...
Elektron’s latest compact groove station takes a welcome new look at FM.
Thanks to Korg, it’s once again possible to walk into a shop and buy a brand-new, full-size ARP Odyssey.
The Lifeforms Micro Sequence is a compact eight-step sequencer with more functionality than its minimalist design suggests...
Laid out in Vermona’s usual spacious style, Random Rhythm is a dual-channel trigger sequencer optimised for hands-on, four-on-the-floor beat creation.
Could the MPCX make you rethink your whole approach to studio and live music production?
Elektron’s new sampling drum machine is much more than just a cut-price Octatrack.
Could a mash-up of Novation’s Circuit and Bass Station II with a pinch of modular connectivity be the perfect recipe for the modern monosynth?
Squarp’s Pyramid is a versatile 64-track sequencer with a penchant for polyrhythms.
The return of the stand-alone MPC exceeds expectations.
The Stepper Acid is a no-nonsense digitally controlled step sequencer dotted with red LEDs and without a shift key in sight...
Analogue Solutions’ Megacity is a step sequencer like no other...
Arturia’s cut-price creation combines step sequencing with keyboard control.
Can NI’s new performance controller preserve Maschine’s status as king of the beat stations?
Abstract Data’s Octocontroller crams eight assignable outputs into just 14hp, making it a candidate for the beating heart of any tempo-based Eurorack setup.
The LEP LepLoop takes a decidedly unconventional approach to the groovebox format.