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A Microcomputer Based Polyphonic Sequencer for Music Synthesizers
This paper describes a low cost, live performance digital sequences designed as an accessory to electronic drums. The unit can detect and store rhythms and strike dynamics as played on up to four synthesizers. In its play mode the sequencer will play back the patterns with dynamics on the same four drums. The circuits and software used in this musical microcomputer are discussed.
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