The Ginkosynthese VCSQ2 is a 12HP complex sequencer module for non-linear sequencing. The module was originally designed as an add-on for the TTLFO, but it works great with any CV source – for example an ADSR.
The VCSQ2 works as a voltage addressed sequencer with several added functions like CV controllable Start point and Play length. The speed and direction of the sequencer are controlled via a dedicated CV input on the front panel, and the module also features a CV input for offset, allowing you to use the sequencer like an Arpeggiator, or to make even more complex sequences by routing a second sequencer to this input.
There are two play modes on the VCSQ2 – these affect the behaviour of the sequencer by running different calculations with the chosen Play length in comparison to the full Play length of 8 steps. In mode 1 the sequencer will play the same step length of each step like if it was playing 8 steps but repeats the steps till it plays 8 steps. In mode 2 the step length will change according to the chosen play length. This means that the steps will be longer if the Play length is shorter.
- CV input for step select
- CV input for offset
- CV input for Start point
- CV input for Play length
- CV output (adjustable per step)
- gate output (selectable per step)
- trigger output (linked to the gate output and selectable per step)
- pulse output (gives a pulse out on every step change)