NAMM 2016: Verbos Electronics - Sequence Selector and Random Sampling

Mark was on hand to give us the lowdown on these new pieces      23/01/16

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Verbos Electronics were showing two new modules at this years NAMM. The Sequence Selector and Random Sampling.

The Sequence Selector can be used in a number of different ways; chaining sequencers, transposing sequences, as a five step sequencer and many other ways.

Random Sampling is a riff on the Source of Uncertainty from Buchla with some special twists to bring it out the 1970s and into 2016. This module could be thought of as many modules in one!

We'll let Mark take it from here.

More info at Verbos Electronics

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