cv input

Clock In

With the Clock In you can set the speed of the individual sequencers via an incoming clock signal. Overrides the Speed rotary control per sequencer. You can use one clock source for multiple sequencers by daisy chaining the Clock Out to the other sequencer’s Clock In. When using the MIDI In (and subsequently the MIDI Clock Out) as your …

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CV Recorder Clock In

The incoming clock signal to the CV Recorder Clock In sets the speed of the record and playback of the central CV Recorder. One positive pulse steps the CV Recorder one step.

CV Recorder CV In

The CV Recorder CV Input receives control voltage to be recorded to the selected CV Recorder bank (1, 2 or 3) via the Set control.

CV Recorder Start

When this input receives a positive pulse, the CV Recorder begins playback on the selected bank.

Division In

Incoming control voltage sets the Division of the sequencer as set by the Speed control or incoming clock at the Clock In.

Gate Length In

Control voltage into the Gate Length Input sets the Gate Length at the Gate Out of the sequencer.

Glide In

Control voltage into the Glide In sets the Glide time from very quick to long.


Play Mode In

Control voltage into the Play Mode In selects between the different Play Modes: forward, reverse, ping-pong, ping-pong reverse and random. This input sets a bias to the rotary control’s position. Here are the values for the Play Mode CV Input:


Repeats In

Incoming CV to the Repeats Input sets the number of repeats for steps where Repeat is set active in the Section Controls.


Sequence Length In

Control Voltage into the Sequence Length In sets the Sequence Length of the sequencer from 1 step to 16 steps.


Skip Step

When positive voltage is applied to the Skip Step Input, the step is skipped in accordance with the Skip Mode setting. Currently there are two different ways to skip steps, which can be set by going to the Mode Menu. When step select button 1 is unlit in the Mode Menu, the steps are skipped entirely. When it …

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SSP In (Sequence Start Point)

SSP stands for Sequencer Start Point and can be used in two ways. First, you can manually chose the step you want your sequence to start on by first selecting SSP in the Section controls and than selecting the step select button where you want the sequence to start. The lit button indicates the sequence start point. …

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Start In

You can start / pause a sequencer by sending a positive +5V pulse to the Start CV Input There are multiple ways to Play and Pause a sequence manually as well: Firstly, You can use the manual Play and Pause buttons in the Master Control section of the Komplex Sequencer, these start the individual sequencers or pauses them at …

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Stop In

An incoming positive pulse to the Stop In resets the sequence back to its Sequence Start Point and stops it.



When positive or negative voltage is applied to the Transpose CV Input it offsets the whole sequence’s CV Output by the amount of CV applied. To transpose with V/oct use the Quantizer on the CV outputs. Please note: Transpose does not translate to MIDI.

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