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Latronic Notron MIDI Step Sequencer

Latronic Notron MIDI Step Sequencer

Brand: Latronic

Regular price £3,450.00 GBP | Inc.VAT: £4,140.00 GBP
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Incredibly rare: one of only about 150 of these made in the UK. As much an instrument as a sequencer, notable users include Björk and Howie B.

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Latronic Notron MIDI Step Sequencer for sale.

This is actually the second one of these we've had our hands on as we also sold one that had previously belonged to Human League.

Tested and working well.

POWER: The included power supply is for use on 240v supplies. The manual is very clear about the risks of using anything other than the one supplied. So for use on 110/120v mains you will either need to use a voltage converter or very carefully source the correct PSU - we can help with those as needed.

You can find more info about them online, but this is what Wikipedia has to say:

"The Notron is a British-designed MIDI step sequencer used by Björk, Howie B etc. Produced in two models, the Mark 1 was available between 1996 and May 1998. The Mark 2 was a slim blue box produced until about 2001. About 100 Mark 1 units were sold and a similar number of Mark 2s. The Notron is no longer produced.

It was designed by and developed by Gerard Campbell and the software was written by Dave Spowage of Concourse Systems (UK). The original model bodywork was designed by Martyn Seiles. It was sold under the company name Latronic.

In 1999 it won a Millennium Award from the Design Council and was exhibited at the Millennium Dome during 2000. For some time the Notron was on display in the London Science Museum.

Only about 150 Notrons were made, and production on them has been discontinued. So, already, it is a collectible instrument and will surely increase in value as time passes...

It does different reset points for each sequence, can output 4 different sequences, It does LFO shapes, weird stuttering things, step length stuff, pitch bend and mod wheel macros, chords on steps, some time-stretching emulation sort of tricks, delays, strums and reversals. Some of the other neat stuff was being able to group changes across multiple steps, and all of it in real time. A very cool machine!"


Has a few scuffs and signs of use but nothing serious. See photos or get in touch if you need more information.

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