This is version 2 with tons of new additional features like euclidean rythms and a lot more!
The Delptronics Trigger Man is a unique trigger sequencer. There are 8 trigger / gate outputs and each pattern consists of 8 steps per output. It has 8 pattern memories, which can be played back in any order and chained into a pattern of patters up to 100 patterns long. The revolutionary pattern editing interface enables you to create any pattern with just two knobs with enter function.
Each output has a configurable length: 10ms long trigger, Clock (clock on = output produces a gate) or full (full step length, tied gates are possible when consequent gates are set).
The sequencer has three modes of operation:
The sequencer has an internal tempo generator (40-295 BPM). Synchronisation to an external clock happens via a clock input (in that case tempo knob acts as clock divider). When set to internal clock the clock input turns into a CV inüut, modulating the tempo. A multifunctional CV socket either selects the active pattern, shifts the pattern or controls the seqence complexity, depending on the mode of operation.