Tiptop Audio’s Trigger Riot sequencer is a highly-capable and flexible Eurorack module that is adept at timing within a Eurorack modular environment. The Trigger Riot can be used to clock modulation sources or directly trigger various synth voices and drum modules—think of it as a modular drum machine. The unit contains 16 multifunctional knobs that manipulate a variety of parameters when twisted, allowing for on-the-fly creation of quick and meaningful variations.
Trigger Riot Features
Modular Groove Composer
Built-In Clock Divider, Clock Multiplier, Step Injector, Time Shifter, Clock Shifter, Pulse-Width Modulator, and an arithmetic probability processor
Using the Tiptop Trigger Riot to sequence drums and chord sounds. The chords are coming from the Zdsp Spring Waves card. The drum sounds come from the ALM Dinky’s Taiko, Hexinverter BD9, Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas Alter, and Tiptop Hats909 and SD808.