Yes. The latter seems to me the more logical way of doing it, rather than the usual select the step the reset happens. The usual way gives you a runt pulse on the reset step - a short blip of a pulse that happens just prior to the sequencer realising it needs to reset. I didn't like that so went with the reset after the selected step has done its bit. No runt pulses and everything stays in sync.diophantine wrote:Ok, so skip = "skip current step" and reset = "reset after current step"?
You could probably get away with just using a diode and 1K resistor in series with the output, and using a 100K pull down to 0V. It'll probably work for most modules needing a gate style input. That said, I'll do a proper buffer module at some point if the module sells in any numbers.Perfect, this is the info that I was curious about, namely if it needed buffering or not.
I was going to put a few more outputs on the EXP1 header but in the end it's just the 8 stage outputs, a bunch of 0V and the internal clock pulse.And since both headers are 16-pins, I wasn't sure if the one provided more than just 8x stage outputs.