Pittsburgh Modular Intros New Sequencer Module

step-sequencerPittsburgh Modular Synthesizers has introduced a new Sequencer modular

The Sequencer module is a compact, 8 step Eurorack analog sequencer that uses an external clock to cycle through 4, 6, or 8 steps. The output of the sequencer can be used control the pitch of an oscillator, modulate a filter, or manipulate any module with a CV input.

Complex sequences can be created using a combination of the Reset, Hold, and Add inputs. The Reset input can be used to create odd or variable length loops while Hold pauses the movement of the sequencer. Voltage from the Add input is summed with the voltage created by the Sequencer transcribing the the output.

The Sequencer module also can be used as a sub-octave generator. Clocking the Sequencer at audio rates using the square wave of an Oscillator turns the Sequencer into a sub-octave waveform generator, able to produce 1 or 2 octaves below the frequency of the clock.


  • Variable Step Count of 4, 6, or 8 Steps
  • Reset CV Input
  • Hold CV Input
  • Transpose CV Adder Input
  • CV Range: 0-10v
  • Dual Outputs

The PIttsburgh Sequencer module is priced at US $139 and is expected to be available in February.

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