Sequentix announces Cirklon

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Sequentix Cirklon

Sequentix has announced the Cirklon, a hardware sequencer.

Cirklon is a totally new hardware sequencer design, with software based on the P3, but greatly improved both in usability and internal operation.

Cirklon features

  • User-interface based around a 240×64 pixel graphic LED display, 19 rotary encoders with push-switches, 2 assignable knobs, 35 high-quality Cherry keys with integrated LEDs, and a further 35 tri-colour status LEDs.
  • 16 tracks, with 5 independent MIDI INs and OUTs to connect a large number of controllers and synths/sound modules while keeping MIDI latency to a minimum.
  • USB MIDI, native CV/gate support, and a dedicated DIN sync output.
  • 32-bit, 72MHz ARM Cortex CPU runs a proprietary sequencer engine to ensure optimum timing accuracy.
  • All MIDI ports are provided by hardware serial ports in the CPU core itself.
  • CV/gate connectivity will be available in two levels – a pair of 12-bit resolution CV and gate outputs, or an external CV breakout box with a large number of CV outs (details to be finalised).
  • Pattern storage is comprised of 2MB battery-backed internal RAM and 512MB internal NAND flash, with a SD/MMC card socket for data backup.

Cirklon is expected to be shipping in low volume in March, for under £1,000 GBP. Details to be announced.

More information: Sequentix / Cirklon

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