MATRIXSYNTH: The Pseudo-Random CD4028-4040 Sequencer

Thursday, January 24, 2019

The Pseudo-Random CD4028-4040 Sequencer


Published on Jan 24, 2019 יזהר אשדות Izhar Ashdot

"This is a DIY Eurorack module (work in progress) using two CMOS chips, creating lovely Pseudo-Random sequences
A CD4040 clock divider's outputs feed the four binary inputs of a CD4028 BCD to Decimal converting chip, creating pseudo-random sequences, depending on different CD4040 outputs feeding different CD4028 BCD inputs.
input-output patching is done with a mini patchbay on the module.

Participating Eurorack modules: Ladik QUantizer, Tiptop Z3000 VCO, Z2040 Filter, DIY Envelope, DIY 606 Kick, Omsonic Pixeldust HH."

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