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Pittsburgh Modular Sequencer

8 Step Sequencer

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Pittsburgh Modular Sequencer
Pittsburgh Modular Sequencer
149.00 street price

The sequencer can play sequences of 4, 6 or 8 steps (depends on the position of the switch).

In order to move from step to step, the timing signal routed to the "CLK" input can be used. It can be a square wave or a gate signal.

For the construction of more complex sequences, inputs are provided:

RST is the reset signal, moves the sequencer to the first step.

HLD holds signal, allows you to create pauses.

ADD – is used to transpose a sequence with a CV signal.

You can apply the sequencer in order to achieve an octave effect. To do this, you need to rout a square-shaped audio signal to the CLK input. In this case, the module will produce square waves of 1, 2 and 3 octaves below the original signal.

Country of origin / production: USA

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Usage area
Modular System 
Usage Design/ Form Factor
Sound Module 
Modular Format Eurorack
Type of Sound Module
Subharmonic Generator 
Analogue (A) 
Step Sequencer 
Max Step Count8
Width (Eurorack)14 HP
Weight0.175 kg
Case/ body

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