Clock bursts, but without losing the beat! Use the Global Rate of Change to create expressive clock bursts through the Random Clock out – this won’t affect the steady pulse of your main clock.⠀


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  1. Set FALISTRI’s green generator to ‘Loop’ mode.
  2. Set the green generator’s Time Scale switch to ‘Short’.
  3. Set FALISTRI’s yellow generator to ‘Transient’ mode.
  4. Set the yellow generator’s Time Scale switch to ‘Long’.
  5. Set the yellow generator’s ‘Rise’ knob fully counterclockwise.
  6. Set its ‘Fall’ knob roughly around 11 o’clock.
  7. Patch the 4QM out to your favorite output section.
  8. Patch SAPÈL’s random clock output to yellow generator’s ‘Trig’ input.
  9. Set the random clock in ‘More Than’ mode ( > )
  10. Patch the S&H out to the Fluctuatin Random CV input.
    (This will change the probability distribution every time a new random value is sampled, thus changing the clock density through the Probability Distribution parameter. It often translates into a “clock burst”-like effect.
  11. Activate the Probability Distribution for the S&H and use it to control the burst density (leftmost position = few bursts; rightmost position = many bursts).
  12. (Optional) Patch SAPÈL’s main clock output to the Slew Limiter input.
  13. Patch the Slew Limiter output to the green generator’s V/oct input.
    (Now the pitch modulation will make the steady pulse more noticeable, while the random clock bursts will randomly open the gate.)