Gorf is a simple 8 step sequencer. It isn't as clever or complex as the Sequentix P3 nor as expensive as certain other sequencers.
I was bored one sunday, and wanted to build a simple sequencer I could use to test Defender and other synths I was building.
I wanted something simple, small and that only used bits I had lying around, So Gorf was born. It uses one Atmel Mega32 micro, eight pots, ten switches, four 7-segment displays and a handful of other commonly available parts.
Since my original concept GorF has become a full fledged MIDI step sequencer with a lot of extra functionality, including step length, ability to send CCs, patterns can be chained giving you 16 steps and there's the unqiue Bank Play mode, letting you play 8 patterns with varying numbers of repeats and varying order.
GorF is now available to purchase fully assembled with a case by visiting the order page.
The firmware can be updated via MIDI sysex, so that people without the programmer and compilers can get updates into their sequencer.
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