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4ms Rotating Clock Divider - AUTORESET

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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2009

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The Rotating Clock Divider takes clock signal and outputs a different division on each of the 8 output jacks (Jack 2 is divide by 2, Jack 3 is divide by 3, Jack 4 is divide by 4, Jack 5 divide by 5... up to divide by 8). A "Rotate CV" input modulates what division each jack outputs, which is like re-patching the jacks simply by applying a CV (so for example Jack 2 becomes divide by 3, Jack 3 becomes divide by 4, ... Jack 7 becomes divide by 8, Jack 8 becomes divide by 1).

This video shows the auto-reset feature.

This particular module has a removable jumper on its PCB that tells it to reset the count every 16 clocks. So the weirder divisions (3/5/6/7) stay in tempo, since they come back around every 16 beats. We start with divide by 2, then add divide by 3, then add divide by 4. Then we change the divide by 2 to a divide by 1. Then we apply a CV to the CV Rotate jack and change the patching of divisions to jacks.

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