[Musikmesse] Analogue Solutions Station Q
Station Q is like half an Oberkorn sequencer, according to Analogue Solutions.
It is identical to Oberkorn, except that is is 8 step instead of 16, and does not have the MIDI features. The Station Q can be a companion to the Station X/Y mini-modular combo.
- 24 CV knobs, 8 Gate switches, 9 LEDs
- 3x CV channels, 2x Gate channels
- CV control of Speed / Tempo
- Control of sequence position (step number)
- Steel construction
- Portable size
Case version: £399 exc. tax & delivery. Bare Module (no PSU or case): £369 exc. tax & delivery
Check out Analogue Solutions for more details.
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