New MIDI Hardware Step Sequencer

Analogue Solutions Introduce Europa featuring TR808/606 style programming      05/02/10
New MIDI Hardware Step Sequencer

Analogue Solutions have introduced their Europa hardware step sequencer. Here's what they have to say about it:
Europa is a hardware sequencer, it does not contain a 'sound engine'. It has been designed from the ground up to be utilised with your MIDI synths, analogue modular, drum brains and drum machines.
Eurpoa was designed to be utilised with our SQ8 and Oberkorn analogue sequencers (and anything else with a compatible clock input).
Either use the main sync out or one of the seven trigger outputs to clock your analogue sequencers. Have them step whenever you like by programming triggers into the Europa sequencer. You can have 2 sequencers play alternately. You can mute the track so the Oberkorn/SQ8 sequencer stops! Use another trigger and you can activate the reset feature of the Oberkorn/SQ8.
  • Intuitive and simple programming procedure
  • No sub-menus or shift keys - one function per key
  • Simple to use - TR808/606 style programming.
  • Analogue features - analogue tempo clock, 7 analogue trigger outs, analogue sync signals
  • Live editing features
  • Transpose, Octave shift, Mute
  • Rugged steel construction.
Pricing and Availability:
£499 More information:
  • Analogue Solutions


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    selercs    Said...

    Hmm...another European copycat of Japanese technology. But I still like it. I am proud of these companies for resurrecting Roland technologies from the past. Jomox was once my favorite. Now I might try this one.

    Its a shame that Roland is not making these anymore, lol.

    05-Feb-10 01:34 PM

    Robbie Ryan (I Love Analogue)    Said...

    What's really sad is that Roland don't's great that JoMoX, Doepfer, and Analogue Solutions get to play in the gorgeous sandbox of the Japanese analogue titans of the past, but so be it. I'm glad that we get to enjoy them.

    06-Feb-10 09:29 AM

    Sporeprint    Said...

    yes, I really do not understand why Roland doesnt rerelease their old gear. They would make a killing! But instead they keep putting out their digital shit boxes, (mc 303,307,505,909,808) Ive owned all of them except the 303 and they are just very cheap imitations. Why put out imitations when you could put out the real thing??

    07-Feb-10 10:49 AM

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