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How Does Eloquencer Process a Reset Signal?  

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Dudadius
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20/05/2020 12:17 pm  

Hi there. How does the Eloquencer process a reset signal?  (Not talking about when it's set to control the run/stop commands, but to define the 1 beat.)  Some sequencers detect a reset and then define the NEXT clock signal as the '1'. Others, to my understanding, see the reset and ignore any clock within a certain time window so that the reset itself is the '1'.   This can obviously cause issues when trying to sync multiple sequencers together.   Thanks!


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WinterModular
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21/05/2020 8:50 am  

Hi @dudadius,

It is a synchronous reset. When it receives a reset it waits until the next clock (internal or external) to jump to the first step.

Does it work for you ? I mean ... does it makes sense ?


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Dudadius
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21/05/2020 11:44 am  

@wintermodular

That's helpful to know. Thanks!

 


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