It seems I was incomplete in my question, sorry: these modules solve the issue of a strummed trigger pattern, by generating a string/burst of triggers. The thing is, I’ve got that part solved. My problem is with creating a V/oct CV pattern that starts over after a strum is finished.
Fot the triggers I use this awesome little Eurorack module called ‘Raw Spring Nano’ from Error Instruments:
The output of this module goes into vcvrack, through various instances of Leakage. One follower goes through a comparator to generate triggers when I strum the spring (one strum generates somewhere between 1 to about 20 triggers). A second instance of leakage also goes through comparator to generate a gate signal during 1 strum (it closes when the envelope goes below a certain point. A third instance of leakage generates the envelope for a global VCA. this way I can strum mannually, using a plectrum or my finger, doing plucked sounds, quick and slow strums, letting the spring vibrate for a while or choking it to create a short envelope. It’s really cool.
What I don’t have sorted out is how to make sure the V/Oct CV behave in a nice way. I started out with a sequencer, but the difficulty is that a strum can be from 1 trigger to many (up to 20 or something). My problem is that sequencers start over on the first string when the last step is reached, which means the sequence starts over halfway in the strum.
From Omri’s video I learned about the Multiverse module, which I am going to check out, and I just figured that maybe even quantum can do this. A hack would be to use a sequencer with very long patterns (32 steps).
I’ll post a video if/when I figure it out (providing that it allows me to do something musical )