The outputs of SC are shown here so u get the hint of which outputs I’m using for each row
So,I use the top 6 rows like this:
•cv1: midi channel 1 1V/Oct.
•cv9: midi channel 1 gate unipolar
Then the next Row (second from the top) starts like:
•cv2: midi channel 2 1V/Oct.
•cv10: midi channel 2 gate unipolar
We do it this way for each midi channel 1-6. Make sure they all are labeled “voice 1” in the SC editor. Having separate voices is good for poly. We’re doing mono.
So now we’re at the 7th row down, starting with CV7 and CV15. On the 8th and final row down, CV8 and CV16. I use them all in the SC “synchronization” sub menu on the editor (Link). I assign them to PPQ (original), PPQ /3 (32nd note), PPQ /6 (16th note), and “start/stop gate”. The start/stop is a gate that goes high when you push play on the opz, low when you hit stop. It’s good for Pamela’s new workout’s play jack, as well as to send to every sequencer’s “reset” in.
Save that to your SC, as well as many variations to see which preset in the SC u like best. I always have a few.
On the OPZ, enable midi clock send and track. There’s no input here so nothing can go wrong. Just need the outputs set to on.
If your modular sequencers aren’t playing along at the speed you wish, use different PPQ settings in the editor. I try a few till one makes my varigate 8+ perfect. You NEED resets. But I believe also you need a run gate so shit stops when you said to. The last part is optional, just the way I like it. Took me years to figure this all out.
Hope that helps.
This config works with any hardware sequencer hooked into Shuttle Control, FYI. Even ableton.