This might have been discussed here and there but I have not found any satisfactory discussion so allow me to start a new topic.
I just finished my first “clock-type” module, a clock divider and inverter (4040 and 4069)
and everything was working fine with my function generator and lab supplies until I built it into my synth and realised that the Beatstep Pro delivers a 3.3V clock output. However, it tolerates 3.3V to 10V as input, see Beatstep Pro - General questions BeatStep Pro FAQ
So yes, I initially thought that I could drive this and my Keystep 37 with my Beatstep Pro and could use the divider to drive drums/percussions or pads with ADSR but now I am a bit confused if there is a recommended way to hook things up. I could add a Schmitt trigger to my clock divider to push the 3.3V to 10V but now I am curious how you set up the clock in your synth setups. Do you have a master clock module in your modular or do you use different setups?
I personally would like to take advantage of the built-in clock of the Beatstep Pro since I like that everything is in one place and I can save/load my setups etc.