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A project in Hamburg, Germany by Oliver Wittchow
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A handheld sequencer/synthesizer with game pad buttons and LED display.
Backers: 737
Average Pledge Per Backer: €113

Funded: €82,923 of €12,000
Dates: Mar 11th -> Apr 1st (21 days)
Project By: Oliver Wittchow
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Latest News

LED colors

March 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Since there was some confusion about LED colors: Don't worry, red / green is still the standard color scheme, also in case separate LEDs are used instead of bi-color. The blue / red model posted earlier is just a prototype to test the separate cursor... (Read More)

Update, MIDI mode

March 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear backers, thank you very much for the overwhelming support for this project. Instead of a stretch goal, a MIDI mode has been added. This will allow to send not just clock data but also use the sequencer to control MIDI devices. Attached is a... (Read More)

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