Nanoloop pocket handheld synthesiser and sequencer

Nanoloop pocket handheld synthesiser and sequencer
Nanoloop pocket handheld synthesiser and sequencer
Developer Oliver Wittchow has come up with a new handheld sequencer and synthesizer in the form of the appropriate Nanoloop launched this month by Kickstarter and already raised its required lift target will still be 20 days left. Pledges are available from €97 or about £83 and worldwide delivery is expected to start around in August 2019. See the demonstration video below to learn more about the pocket synthesizer and sequencer.

"After years of existence as a cartridge for game consoles and smartphone apps, the nanoloop finally makes it dedicated hardware. Combining the informal gamepad interface with beautiful LED points and digits, this device forms the ideal platform for the proven nanoloop software and its iconic 4 × 4 matrix sequences. "


Synthesizer

- 4 channels:
- a double square wave with real analog filter (mono)
- 4-voice polyphonic FM (stereo)
- monophonic FM (stereo)
- noise and click (stereo)


Sequencer

- 4 × 4 matrix
- step-by-step control for all parameters
- pattern transpose for all parameters
- "meta-step": play only one note every 2 or 4 times
- variable pattern length per channel
- Individual channel pace
- ping pong and random modes
- Change pattern in four directions
- Random all parameters


Show

- 8 × 4 bi-coloured LED dot matrix
- 5 LED digits
- 8 Menu icons
- Different colour combinations available


Interface

- Silicone rubber buttons with plastic caps:
- D-pad + 4 buttons
- Volume selector


Connections

- 3.5 mm mini-jack stereo headphone/line out
- 3.5 mm mini-jack for resume a MIDI synchronization
- 3.5 mm mini-jack output for CV a MIDI synchronization

Source
Nanoloop pocket handheld synthesiser and sequencer Nanoloop pocket handheld synthesiser and sequencer Reviewed by Admin on March 13, 2019 Rating: 5

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