Euclidean Circles v2

The all new V2 of the 6-channel 16-step Euclidean rhythm generator with an unique pattern visualization in 10hp – now with even more features!

6 channels of Euclidean rhythms or new in V2, fully user edited sequences, create your own trigger sequence between 1 and 16 steps, or chain up to three patterns for a total of 48 steps

The new F-BUTTON allows to select your favorite feature for live and have it accessible right there on the front panel. Advance sequences, add fills or quick save and restore patterns to create interesting variations while performing.

The optional Six Switches extension allows you to individually enable and disable all 6 channels

the module and extension are usually in stock and can ship immediately

want one? order at: vp (at) vpme.de

Euclidean Circles v2 user manual
Euclidean Circles v1 user manual

SixSwitches installation guide

Euclidean Circles v2 on Modulargrid
Euclidean Circles v1 on Modulargrid
SixSwitches on Modulargrid

Euclidean Circles v2 DIY information:

stay tuned

Euclidean Circles v1 DIY information:

https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=151440

Build instructions / Mouser cart

 

11 thoughts on “Euclidean Circles v2”

  1. Really great work!

    I’m wondering if you have ever considered adding the functionality of being able to rotate the rhythm in time. Example: Let’s say I have hits on 1, 4, 7, 11, 13 (that is, the 3-2 clave). I’d like to be able to rotate that rhythm to be on 2, 5, 8, 12, 14. Or all the way around to 3, 5, 9, 12, 15 (2-3 clave).

    1. yes, that’s possible. you can set the length, fill and rotation (starting point) of each Euclidean rhythm individually

    1. Erthenvar jacks are 1mm higher than Thonkiconns. With Thonkiconns, the encoder pins stick out just enough that they can be soldered easily, with Erthenvar jacks they would not reach through the PCB. Only v1.5 of the PCB had a footprint for Erthenvars, all later revisions only take Thonkiconn (Or Kobiconn) jacks.

  2. i saw this “6switches” device that goes with the euclidian circles module .I am interested in this , how and where would i go to get this ?

  3. so if i use erthenvar cables in my modular system, i should make sure to use a non-erthenvar brand with the euclidean circles module or else the cv will not be passed thru to the module?

  4. Absolut geil, genau so wie ich es mir vorgestellt habe.
    Mit Six Switches ein super kompaktes Livetool.
    Super Arbeit, top verarbeitet, gerne wieder 🙂

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