OBERKORN - Professional Analogue Sequencer
Oberkorn is a fully fledged professional
analogue sequencer providing plenty of control output and inputs and with
some uniquely creative features never before seen. Whilst most new analogue sequencers
only offer a limiting 8
steps, the Oberkorn offers the all important 16 steps. It is a multi-channel true analogue
sequencer with some remarkable features.
- 3 separate Control Voltage channels. Each has a range switch
providing approx. 2.5V, 5V and 10V CV ranges.
- 5 separate Gate channels. 3 of the gate channel switches are
built into the CV pots. The remaining 2 are on a
separate row of toggle switches. The switches are 3 position providing the 2 Gate outputs,
with centre being off.
- Gate channel C is in `Legato mode'. More on this later.
- Clear step LEDs. The 16 step LEDs are colour coded so
locating whole note steps is easy.
- 8 channel MIDI to Trigger/Gate converter (with an additional
3 spare channels available internally for those who
wish to do modifications.
- MIDI Sync cabability, but using a MIDI note instead of MIDI
clock. This method has major, important advantages
covered in manual.
- MIDI/CV control of the multiplexer (the multiplexer, or Mux,
controls which step the sequencer is on). This is a major
new and unique facility that allows any of the 16 steps to be played in any order and any
direction, missing out or
duplicating steps at will. Please read full details about this important creative tool
later in the manual. When using this
feature, it is possible to activate `legato mode' for all gate channels.
- Ability to lock onto your MIDI sequencer to the nearest 16th
note, whether stopping, starting, or jumping to another
bar in your MIDI sequencer. Will lock on perfectly regardless.
- Reset to 16. Just about all other analogue sequencer have an
inherant error, in that after reseting the machine
(to step 1), when restarting the sequencer, it actually starts on step 2! With our Reset
to 16, this problem is overcome.
For more details on all features of Oberkorn, please read the whole manual
- don't miss any of it's cool features!