I think that this comment on the video in YouTube should be here, mainly because it may help newbies (and the not so newbies )!
vxkhwz : can you elaborate on the sequencer chain? and why/how you connect it to the clock?
@Omri_Cohen: Yes sure, you have a few modes on the sequencer, None, Boss, and Employee. The master sequencer will be the Boss, and all the slave sequencers (you can chain more than 2 of course), will be slaves. The EOC output of the first sequencer will trigger the Start input of the second sequencer, the EOC output of the second sequencer will trigger the Start input of the third sequencer, and so on. And the EOC output of the last sequencer in the chain will trigger the Start input of the first sequencer, the Boss. This way, you create a loop. About the clock, all of the sequencers should be clocked, of course, you can choose to drive all of them with the same clock or use different clock divisions\multliplications, and you should also reset them together with your clock or a different trigger. Of course, each sequencer has 4 rows, so you can choose to chain one row, two rows, and so on. Here is a screenshot:
p.s.: i don’t have much time for VCV Rack this days; thanks god we have your videos (and those of others) to enjoy watching them in our mobile devices and learn how to use the modules, while we wait to put all those really good ideas into action in our own patches …
So thanks a lot for your effort doing such a helpful videos (you and all the rest: VCV Rack Ideas, ML, The Art of Sound, etc.) … Without real manuals for most of the modules, it would be quite difficult for us (if not impossible), to learn how to do something in the VCV Rack Modular Synthesis realm!