The Sweet Sixteen Plus is perfect for triggering drums, envelopes or modulation sources.
With the new member of the Robaux family, you can switch between eight different patterns. This will allow you to create even more exciting performances. You can store these patterns in up to 16 memory banks.
Program your tracks step by step. Play your tracks on the fly. Or just use the new Euclidean rhythm generator.
The new design has even more crazy flashing buttons! With the improved menu navigation, you can use the sequencer even more intuitive.
Randomize your tracks, move your steps or reverse your patterns. With these tools, you can discover entirely new rhythms. And the new Coin function adds even more variety to your beats.
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The sequencer offers 16 different modes to create and modify rhythms. Modes are divided into four distinct areas: Create, Perform, Track Settings and Sequencer Settings.
Program your rhythms just like on a classic TR machine.
Let math create your beat.
Use your fingertips to record a pattern.
Randomly define your track.
Mute your tracks.
Add fills to your pattern.
Reset your tracks.
Play with your pattern set.
Set the duration of each track.
Shift your patterns.
Adjust the play direction.
Set the parameters of your tracks.
Choose which one sets the pace, the external or internal clock.
Freeze the current state.
Useful adjustments for your setup.
The sequencer makes it possible to create up to 8 different patterns which can stored in a total of 16 presets.
Store up to 16 presets.
Create up to 8 patterns per Preset.
With the SWT16+ you can now use MIDI devices like drum machines or samplers.
Each track of the sequencer can now output an individual MIDI note to one of 16 MIDI channels.
These extended functions are made possible by an alternative firmware, which is based on the original firmware. However, to enable the new MIDI output, the previous functions Trigger Mod and Output Routing have been removed.
Check out the alternative firmware on Youtube in action.
Learn more about the alternative firmware in this manual.
You do not necessarily need the Expander Kit to use the new MIDI functions in your sequencer. The alternative firmware is free and the adapter is easy to make yourself!
To upgrade the firmware, go to the Github page and follow the instructions. There you will also find instructions how to build the MIDI adapter.
Number of Tracks: 16
Number of Steps per Track: up to 64
Number of Presets: 16
Number of Patterns per Preset: up to 8
1 x Clock In
1 x Reset In
16 x Trigger Out
1 x MIDI Out (Alternative firmware and adapter required)
28 x backlight silicon button pads
Requires a ±12V eurorack supply.