ALM Busy Circuits - ALM004 D.S.G.
The ALM Busy Circuits - ALM004 D.S.G. is a hard-to-find tool which is usually DIY'ed by a lot of users: the DINSync standard of old drum machines and synths can now finally talk to your eurorack modular system's clock section with ease.
ALM Busy Circuits - ALM004 / D.S.G
DSG-400The ALM Busy Circuits D.S.G provides three ‘DIN Sync’ connectors with their clock and run signals split into separate jack connectors. This allows for easy connectivity and synchronization of DIN Sync based devices with supporting Eurorack modules DIN Sync devices include older Roland devices such as the 606 and 808 drum machines, and the mc202 and tb303 synthesisers. Each jack is normalized to the jack above, meaning the D.S.G can also be used to distribute a clock signal to up to three external devices.
See this document for syncing up Pam via a D.S.G with you 808, 606, 303 etc.
Supply: None – the module is passive
Size: 4 HP