Based on a Music Thing Modular design, EUCLIDEAN is a DIY gate sequencing module with three channels of sixteen steps of any length, density and offset.
Old Mr. Euclidean has never been so popular, his algorithm seems to get everywhere. The latest usage comes through the realisation of an idea designed by Tom Whitwell of Music Thing Modular. New module maker Sebsongs Modular has built it into a good-looking module that will be available as a kit later this year.
The module has three channels of sequencing with sixteen steps to play with. You can set each channel to its own length and density of gates and then offset it from the others by as many steps as you like. The 8×8 matrix LED display is rather nice and gives you two rows for each channel showing the pattern and sequence position or you could see it as rotation.
You have an output for each channel plus an inverted version of channel 1 just for fun.
Simple, effective, brilliant and I look forward to building one later this year.
You can check the module out on the Music Thing Modular store on booth Z160.