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Old 12-10-2014, 06:27 PM
Djehuti Djehuti is offline
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Question Reset a clock?

Hi. New user here.

I have a stack that has its own clock, at a tempo independent from the main clock.

I'd like to use a CV from one of my stacks that is adhering to the main clock to trigger a sequence on this independent stack. I'm using CV bus 1 to trigger the sequencer on this independent stack.

Unfortunately it seems that when I do this, it waits until the next clock division of its clock to play the sequence; i.e., this sequence is quantized to its own clock. (This seems reasonable.)

So I thought maybe I'd try to reset the independent stack's clock with a CV signal also. But I can't seem to do it. I'm sending a CV to a ParamMod to control the independent stack's clock's RunState, but when I make it run, it starts from where it left off instead of resetting when the signal comes. The reset button on the clock doesn't seem to be available as a destination for the ParamMod or by any trigger input though.

Is there a way I can reset a clock with a CV signal?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 12-10-2014, 07:07 PM
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In the module you want to trigger, click the little 'e' button next to it's own transport (the upper LHS of the module's UI). In that dialog are some advanced run-mode settings. Turn Beat Quantize 'Off' -- that should help.

If that doesn't do it, email me an example project... jim (at) five12 [dot] com

Thanks!
Jim
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Old 12-10-2014, 07:19 PM
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Perfect, that did it. Thanks!
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