New Hardware Algorithmic MIDI Sequencer

Future Retro's Zillion is based on the principles of the Triadex Muse      28/05/14

New Hardware Algorithmic MIDI Sequencer


Future Retro says that the Zillion is a single track algorithmic MIDI sequencer based on the principles of the Triadex Muse. They tell us that, while the Muse used counters and a shift register to generate more than a million musical melodies, the Zillion expands on these ideas to add more features and functionality, providing a zillion possibilities for you to discover.

There are 16 operating modes including: Playback, Tempo, Swing, Direction, Loop, Transpose, Scale, Scale Program, Melody, Rhythm, Velocity, Theme, Shift Register, MIDI OUT, MIDI IN, and Sync.  Future Retro says, with many unique features not found in other sequencers, the Zillion provides the ability to store all parameter settings of where you last were. You can also reset parameters to typical Triadex Muse settings as a quick way of starting new adventures. The Zillion comes with a universal power supply and can be used anywhere in the world.

Pricing and Availability:
$300

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