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The Detroit Underground Du-SEQ is an 8-step sequencer for Eurorack modular synthesizer systems. Its primary orientation is to aid in the creation of intricate bass lines and/or melodic progressions. Each step is represented by a slider with corresponding green LED that lights up every time every time a gate is triggered for that specific step. The sliders are optimized for 1V/Oct and boast a 2V range for two octaves. Each step can have anywhere from one to eight gates, all of which can trigger a single pulse per gate, or trigger all in the span of a single clock pulse. Additionally, the module affords long gates and per-step slew that can also be manually applied at the push of a button, enabling easy creation of complex sliding basslines.
In terms of clocking, the Du-SEQ incorporates discreet digital logic chips for precise timing. Conversely, it uses analog circuitry for its voltages. Combined, this composition ensures that each knob perpetrates a single function and the controls consistently display accurate information. It can be clocked internally or externally, and there’s even a half-time button that can apply an 8-step pattern over a 16-step bar. All of this and more makes the Du-SEQ ideal for the construction of thumping basslines with continually changing patterns.