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Division 6 – Dual Mini Sequencer Panel and IC Update!

Division 6 Dual Mini Sequencer V2 Update

Dual Mini Sequencer V2 Kit

The Division 6 Dual Mini Sequencer has been an integral part of many of our compositions. This module gives you two handy sequencers in one small footprint.

Comprised of two independent sequencers (one on top and one on bottom), the Division 6 Dual Mini sequencer can not only play the notes, but it can transpose them as well.

This module can be utilized as a clock module and it can be ran in parallel for multiple CVs and/or triggers.

Not only can this module do all of these things, it can also be daisy chained to another Mini Sequencer to add even more steps in your sequence. 

Being that the Dual Mini Sequencer has been out for awhile, we were surprised when it was updated out of the blue. What else could make this module better we thought? Well, here is just a list of some of the new updates:

  • Multiple sequence memories 
  • Songs – you can string together sequences (this is rad)
  • 5 song memories (you can string sequences together)
  • Live transpose 
  • SLUR – the ability to change the CV OUT to a new note but still doesn’t fire the gate
  • 16 different gate timings (including 3 ratchet)
  • ACC can be programmed with 3 different modes to choose from (on, on with drop and gate follow)
  • Ability to copy a song or sequence
  • More speed choices with internal clock
  • RESET button integration with various modes
  • 1x and Live Edit Modes
  • Updates to clock out and Change on Clock mode

Division 6 CEM3340 VCO – DIY Build

Division 6 CEM3340 VCO - DIY Build

Completed CEM3340 Front

Summer is in full swing and we were craving some new oscillators to add to our modular rack. This need was fulfilled by Division 6 labs and Synthrotek with the new Division 6 CEM3340 VCO.

This voltage control oscillator is based off the famous Curtis 3340 IC which has been around for quite some time and have been utilized in many legacy synths.  Our build of the Division 6 CEM3340 was a quick and easy build and is recommended for anyone just getting into modular DIY. 

What is the Curtis 3340 IC?

Many synths today utilize chips that mimic the famous Curtis 3340. While this chip is no longer manufactured in mass volume, there is a few places that still sell the chip. What makes this chip so special is it is a self contained, precision voltage controlled oscillator. 

NoteThe chip used in this kit is not an original Curtis 3340 IC, but it’s damn close!  

It features both exponential and linear control scales and up to four buffered output waveforms. ( triangle, sawtooth, square and pulse). They do not require a temperature compensation resistor because they provide their own compensation. Multiple control voltages can be mixed within itself.  


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