Self Sequencing Modular Patch II

Self Sequencing Modular Patch II from ka010 on Vimeo.

"Evolution of my previous patch ( [here]) this time all self running, no wiggling at all. Darwin is triggering the snare, bassdrum and hihats are triggered from a the Doepfer A-166 logic module which is fed with various triggers and clock divisions. The main sequence is still coming from a Pressure Points which

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