The idea of having several views is brilliant. The vertical view is pretty much the main view and is used to select columns (group, preset, steps, channel, mute etc) and for quick eighth-note programming.
The other views display the sequence horizontally and are used for more detailed programming:
The 8x8 view displays all 8th notes for each of the eight channels (= tracks) and allows for simultaneous programming of eight channels. 4x16 shows four sequeces at a time, each with a resolution of 16th notes. In the same manner 2x32 shows two chennels in a 32th note resoultion and 1x64 shows all 64 steps of one channel. With the up/down buttons you can proceed to the other channels in order to edit them.
The unit's possibilities are very vast and too many to describe them here, hece we refer to the 64-page strong user manual. Let is be said that you can mute channels, to copy, paste and clear channels and sequences.
An important possibility is to create groups which can be 64 steps long (1 group has 8 presets, each consisting of eight channels, each of the channels can have eight steps). Presets and groups can be looped in trder to create more complex patterns.
The Circadian Rhythm understands TipTop's own SyncBus which carries clock, reset and preset data and is used for synchronize multiple TipTop Syncbus compatible devices like the Trigger Riot. Connect it with the optionally available SyncBus-Cable.
eight trigger outputs, clock input, clock output, trigger output, reset input
3U Eurorack module, 36HP wide, 29.4mm deep
power consumption: 200mA @ +12V