The Klee sequencer (Klee is pronounced like clay), designed by Scott Stites is a DIY shift register sequencer but instead of just one control at a time, addresses any number to produce a looping succession of voltage pattern. Visually this appears as more than one light running across the panel. The individual voltages are summed. Changing one control will affect all the other notes in the sequence, by the same increment.
- Birth of the Klee sequencer by Scott Stites, 2010
- Electro-Music Klee Sequencer Build and Applications Thread
- Getting to Know Your electro-music Klee Sequencer
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