Here’s the new SWT16 (it stands for sweet 16 btw) from Robaux, which is a feature packed 16 output trigger and gate sequencer for the Eurorack modular synth format. It had a classic 16 step mode that will be very familiar to many of you that have used sequencers and controllers before, there’s also options to create polymetric patterns where the 16 channels have different step lengths which can be anywhere from 1 to 64 steps. This works by creating up to 8 banks with up to 8 steps in each bank. As polymetric patterns can get a bit chaotic sometimes and hard to keep in check there’s a internal pattern reset so if you want patterns of 12 over 5, over 9 but you want to reset on step 21 you can do. There’s an internal clock divider for each track to divide down the master clock (which can be the internal auto clock or external clock input with reset) for your patterns. There’s also a tap record mode, random mode (to fill a pattern randomly which you can keep doing or edit) and also a great performance mode that brings many features to the front interface. There’s also a mute mode, fill mode (which fills the pad/channel you press with every clock pulse), invert mode to totally invert your patterns … there’s LOTS to go at. So here’s a video manual style video that walks through the majority of features but check the link below to see the website and manual, which is short, simple and graphical in showing everything. You can actually play around with a web based version of the module clicking the buttons and seeing what the different modes are.