Bipolar Rotosequencer
Model of 1965


  • Moskwa
  • Moskwa
  • Moskwa


Moskwa is a compact, self-contained step sequencer with a handy set of features. We believe it is a great addition to any eurorack system, no matter the complexity or purpose. You can generate unipolar (for melodic sequencing) and bipolar (modulation) voltages, which can be slewed for legato effect. You can mute the triggering for each step, adjust gate length, and force the module to reset itself at a desired step. Play modes are Standard, Random and Pendulum. It is possible to change the sequence direction, pause, and reset it via external CV. The module is propelled by the built-in, adjustable clock, but you can of course sync it to any external clock source of choice.

  • 8 steps of control voltage and gate impulse generation
  • unipolar or bipolar voltage available
  • adjustable overall gate width
  • mutable gates (per step)
  • 3 play modes: standard, pendulum & random
  • built?in slew limiter (linear)
  • internal adjustable clock source
  • external clock input
  • adjustable sequence lenght
  • voltage controlled reset, pause and play direction
Technical details
  • eurorack standard synthesizer module, fully Doepfer compatible
  • 20 hp wide
  • +12/-12V powered
  • backward power protection
  • current draw: 50 mA
  • skiff friendly (25 mm)

Moskwa’s usability can be also vastly expanded by the Ostankino Sequence Commander module, read about the M/O/M 16-steps subsystem here.



Moskwa II takes inspiration from classic analog sequencers and greatly expands on their functionality surpassing our original Moskwa rotosequencer, while retaining the same size, basic panel structure, and operation principles.

Demos & Tutorials