Double Clock Trick

The best way to copy a clock is through the 333 module. But what if you don’t have it? Check out this workaround to get two clocks out of the same SAPÈL’s section!


  • 1 SAPÈL
  • 1 BRENSO


  1. Patch BRENSO’s Final output to your favorite output section.
  2. Patch SAPÈL’s Clock output to BRENSO’s Ping input.
  3. Set SAPÈL’s Random Clock to More than mode (>).
  4. Set the Fluctuating Random Voltage knob fully counterclockwise.
    (This will lower the global rate of change.)
  5. Activate the Probability Distribution for the Fluctuating Random Voltage.
  6. Set the Probability Distribution knob fully counterclockwise.
    (This will bring the Global Rate of Change almost uneffective and make an exact copy of the main clock.)
  7. Patch SAPÈL’s Random Clock output to the Trig/Gate input of one of FALISTRI’s generators.
  8. Set such generator’s behavior to Transient and its time scale to Long.
  9. Set the Rise knob to taste and the Fall knob fully counterclockwise.
  10. Patch its Unipolar output to BRENSO’s Wavefolder CV input to create a ducking effect in sync with the main clock.


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