Slowly making some progress. Sequencer has 2 parts (analogue and digital) although they share the same ‘interface’.
Definitely a mind of its own at times. As far as I tell so far (with all due respect) it wouldn’t immediately favour people who need to be specific with their note/pitch results. Simply because the Leploop uses a sample & hold, LFO or noise source to ‘capture’ note info for the sequencer. You can enter pitches via a menu matrix but there is no keyboard on the unit – there are CV inputs and MIDI input - but I haven’t tried these as yet. I’m sure with some more time one can familarise themself enough that it can yield more pitch specific results. They way it’s designed is to promote a sense of spontenaity, me feels.
Great for someone like me who is not fussed by convention and would not call myself a musician as such.
Sounds wild, it’s all analogue and very tweakable.
Will post a video during the week and intergrate the Leploop with me A4, 606 and Devil Fish or something like that.
Long term - might do an instructional video when I’m confident with it.