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Roland CSQ-100, VINTAGE

$450.00
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Product number: CV4278

Computer Controlled Digital Sequencer

Description

The Roland CSQ-100 is a computer-controlled digital CV/gate Sequencer. It can only play one sequence at a time. Sequences can be recorded via an external CV/gate input or using step-time. Portamento can not be programmed, but is adjusted manually as a sequence is being played. Sequences can be saved and loaded via cassette interface.

Designed for on-stage live performance situations. Sequences may be loaded and played back without breaks in rhythm. The synthesizer keyboard may be used to instantly transpose sequences to any desired key, a feature very useful with arpeggio and bass patterns. The two channel memory allows storage of 2 sequences  which may be treated independently or played in series one after the other. When the sequencer is not running or being loaded, connections are made internally so that the keyboard may be used to control the synthesizer in the normal manner. External control inputs allow the sequencer to be started or to be run step-by-step through the sequence manually from a remote location, a feature very useful in studio work as well as on stage. 

Specifications:

  • Designed to be used with synthesizers having 1V/oct control voltage input and output, and positive going gate pulse input/output
  • Maximum storage capacity: 168 notes (or 84 notes per channel)
  • LED tempo indicator (quarter notes)
  • Metronome Level switch
  • LED load indicator
  • LED memory indicator x4
  • Load Mode switch ( CV only; CV/Gate; Gate rewrite)
  • CV output: 1V/oct - 2V to +8V
  • Gate output: off; 0V; on: +15V
  • CV input: 1V/oct 0 to +5v
  • Gate input: threshold +2.5v
  • Dimensions: 13.6 x 12 x 3.7"
  • Weight: 6lbs

 

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