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Run a Korg SQ-1 Sequencer from a 9V Stompbox supply

Posted on Thursday, July 11th, 2019 in hacks by DP

 

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Run a Korg SQ-1 Sequencer from a 9V Stompbox supply:

The Korg SQ-1 is a great little sequencer, and one of my favourite bits of kit for its simple hands-on feel and penchant for lucky randomness (I have 3 of them!)
I tend to use it in a live setup with no computer but with a lot of guitar effect pedals on 9V daisy chain cables. The fact that the SQ-1 can only use batteries or USB power becomes a bit annoying so I decided to hack one so it can run on the same power supply as the pedals.

More details on Stuff and Nonsense blog.

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