First announced at Superbooth 2019, the new Eurorack module packs in more features than originally planned.
Eurorack innovators Endorphin.es have released their long-awaited Ground Control sequencer. The Eurorack module was first announced at the Superbooth trade show way back in 2019, and the brand say that the process of developing the finished product was “rebellious” but that the delays have meant they’ve been able to add a lot of extra features.
The four-track sequencer can handle melodies and drums, with patterns entered using Roland SH-101-style step input, live recording, or TB-303-style editing. Drums are programmed using Roland x0x-style step sequencing. MIDI support is included alongside CV/gate/trigger, with performance features including an arpeggiator, roller, pattern queue, live note removal, slides, ties/rests and quick transpose. You can see it in action above or scroll down for a video review by Loopop.