An 8-step analog sequencer. Manufactured between 1975 and 1979.

The Mini-Sequencer is a very simple sequencer originally included on the Two Voice synthesizer, and also sold separately for the other SEM-based synths.
The unit features 8 programmable positions, a sample/hold circuit sampling an internal noise source for random patterns. Available controls include a start/stop/step switch and knobs for sample/hold rate and lag (for portamento).
There are two CV and gate outputs, two CV inputs, a sample/hold source input plus clock in/out. The noise generator can also be used as an audio source.
Oberheim used the standard volt-per-octave system, so the sequencer is compatible with most competitors' products that use CV/gate.

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