The Dax and Winston Groove Engine is a 16 channel MIDI / Eurorack Step Sequencer that's seeking funding through an IndieGoGo campaign
Developer, Miles Thatch, had this to say, "Bring all of your gear together. The groove engine's purpose is to provide a standalone production platform for live-stream and live venue performers. Ideal for breaking from the virtual mindset of computers, sub menus and limitations of on-board sequencers on samplers and synths. All parameters right at your finger tips for when you just want to write music without menu diving, using all the gear you've paid your money for."
In his quest for a total funding of $90,000 (Canadian), he had this message for potential backers, "This project is in it's infancy, starting all the way back with the Concept Design and feature set. Suggest features that suit your production style, improvements, UI design solutions. Popular features will be reviewed for implementation into the unit."
Pricing and Availability:
See IndieGoGo page
We sat down with Rob to discuss the creative process and what lead him to using a modular