Gaeto from AtoVproject is a clock divider, legato generator, gate converter, rhythm quantizer, sub-octave generator and generative trigger sequencer in 6HP.
To be honest it doesn’t look like it has all that functionality but logic is a weird master and there seems to be no end to its possibilities. To explain this one I think I’m going to have to borrow from the website. Ready?
If the signal on the data input has been high, then the output is high at the next clock. If not – the non-output is high.
In other words, if the signal on the input signal goes over 1V then the memory stores a 1 if not it stores a 0. At the next clock the output will be high if a 1 was stored and the non output will be high if a 0 was stored.
Got that? Thankfully AtoVproject also has a video explaining exactly what Gaeto is capable of and in a nutshell you have two channels of the same thing with a clock and data input at the top and an output and non-output at the bottom. Things at the top dictate the things or non-things at the bottom.
Gaeto is undoubtedly a versatile, compact and useful module in the right hands working with the right kind of brain. It’s available as a DIY kit or fully assembled. You’ll find AtoVproject at booth O195.