MESSE 2016: Patchblocks - Keys and a Euclidean Sequencer

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One of the first things you will notice about the Patchblocks format is that is only has 2 knobs and 2 buttons, this can be very useful. However some people might want more knobs and more buttons...

In order to address that problem Patchblocks have come up with their Patchblocks Keyboard, which gives you a little keyboard and some extra knobs in a tiny amount desk space.

Lots of people think that the patchblocks is only a synthesizer, however as you can program your own instrument you could use it to do anything! In this video Sabastian showed us a euclidean sequencer he had programmed to control a Korg volca.

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