This module divides the clock frequency and works particularly well with rhythm generators. When a Clock (Gate, Trigger, LFO, …) signal arrives at the TRIG input, the output goes high (about 10v), so it will remain until the TRIG input returns to zero and A new signal arrives.
Each time a reset signal is detected at the RES input, the outputs will go to zero until the reset voltage disappears.
The two parts of the modules work in the same way. If no jack is plugged into input 2, output 1 is routed to the second module.
This module works particularly well with square signals.
ViceEtVersa can also be used as an octave. If an oscillator enters the TRIG input, the output will be a square signal whose frequency is one octave lower than the incoming frequency. If no jack is plugged into input 2, output frequency 2 will be two octaves lower than the input signal.