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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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Clock Out

The Clock Out jack outputs the clock per sequencer as set by Speed or incoming clock. 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 master clock source, you need to select the […]

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CV Recorder Bank Up/Down

Send a trigger (+5V) at these inputs to move the selected bank one position up or down. This only affects banks 1-3. You can, for example, use the SOS Out (Start of Sequence Output) and EOS OUT (End of Sequence Output).  

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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.

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CV Recorder Play

You can start the CV Recorder in two ways: By pressing the Play Button in the CV Recorder section. Use the Set rotary encoder to select the bank to play. By sending a positive pulse (a +5V trigger signal) to the CV Recorder Start Input, the selected sequence starts playback. Please note: The CV Recorder always […]

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MIDI Clock Out

The MIDI-to-analog Clock Out sends 24 pulses (+5V) per quarter note corresponding to the MIDI clock received at the MIDI In jack. In order to use the MIDI Clock Out as the master clock for the sequencer, you must first set Step Select Button 9 to lit in the Mode Menu so the division is scaled correctly to the […]

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MIDI In

The Komplex Sequencer accepts MIDI Clock In and MIDI Start/Stop messages at its MIDI In jack. MIDI CLOCK To connect an incoming MIDI Clock signal to, for example Sequencer A, plug in a MIDI cable with the MIDI Clock signal to the MIDI In jack. Than, plug a normal patch cable from the MIDI Clock Out […]

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MIDI Start/Stop Mode

You can assign which sequencer should respond to MIDI Start/Stop messages in the MODE MENU. When step select button 10 is unlit, the sequencer does not receive MIDI start and stop information. When it is lit, the sequencer receives MIDI start and stop. Please note: MIDI Start/Stop is a global feature and can only be […]

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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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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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