New Mega Sequencer For Modular Synthesizers

A Modern Take On A Classic Moog Design      10/09/09

Moon Modular has introduced the M569 Quad Sequential Voltage Source - a modern take on the classic Moog step sequencer.

Each row of the M569 can be controlled independently, so that you have up to four separate sequencers at your disposal, each with its own clock- and reset-input jacks, and – at the same time – different running directions (up, down, random and “ping-pong“).

You can run it in several configurations, including four 8-step sequences, two 16-step sequences or one 32-step sequence.

Anyone up for a little Berlin School jamming?

Pricing and Availability

The Moon Modular M569 is available now:

  • 1498,- Euros in the EU
  • 1259,- Euros outsite the EU. 

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James Lewin
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