Sweetie‘s lil bro.

The LL8 is a tiny eight-track trigger sequencer for your eurorack.

The little brother of the Sweet 16 got some skills!

Program your patterns like on a classic TR machine. Record patterns with your fingertips. Create random patterns at the touch of a button.

Turn your patterns into exciting performances with the mute and fill function.

The LL8 has 16 patterns with up to 16 steps. Create longer rhythms by chaining multiple patterns.

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Modes

Plug a clock signal into the center input and connect the circularly arranged outputs to the gate inputs of your drum modules, LFOs or other modulation sources and you´re ready to go! The control panel with its 20 switches is divided into two parts. The first four rows are the step buttons of the sequencer. In the remaining row you will find the function keys.

Mute & Fill

In Mute & Fill mode you can mute and unmute the eight tracks. You can also add continuous triggers.

Edit

In edit mode, you can program, modify or delete the current pattern. The sequencer uses the familiar step programming as with the classic TR machines. It is also possible to create random patterns at the push of a button.

Patterns

In Pattern mode, you can switch between the 16 different patterns. Combine two or more patterns to play more complex rhythms.

MIDI Expander

With the LL8 you can use MIDI devices like drum machines or samplers.

Each track of the sequencer can output an individual MIDI note to one of 16 MIDI channels.

You do not necessarily need the MIDI Expander Kit to use the MIDI functions in your sequencer. You can easily make the adapter yourself and adapt it to your own needs. Have a look at the schematic.

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Specsheet

Tracks

Number of Tracks: 8

Number of Steps per Track: up to 16

Patterns

Number of Patterns: 16 (chainable)

Inputs

1 x Clock In

Outputs

8 x Trigger Out

1 x MIDI Out (adapter required)

User interface

20 x tact switches

Other

Width: 10HP

Requires a ±12V eurorack supply.

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