Pokrok, a damn small step sequencer.

Made for the Sony Pocketstation.

Who would've thought this little thing has a 32-bit ARM-processor and a 10-bit DAC in it? Ok, so it only has five buttons and a 32x32 dot matrix display, but hey- it sure didn't keep me from thinking that there could and should exist some fun music software for it.

Typical Pocketpucko delivering beats. Photo by Palle "Red-alert" Dahlstedt.

Pokrok is a very simple step sequencer. It plays one tuneable 8-bit/8khz sample per step, and that's it. It's written in C using a library made by Orion_

fig. 1.- proper use of pocketstation