This has 4 musical divided sections: divide by /2, /4, /8, /16. Then each section has a phased output where you can delay a trigger event for example. So this is designed around the falling edge of the inputted clock source (wave), the so called 'musical' division. On the far right, to fill the space I included a powered multiple so that you could repeat a signal. The multiple does not have any output resistor, so what you patch in is going to output an exact copy (important for pitch processing). What does this module do? You use the module to breakdown a clock source, for example an LFO or VCO, into subdivisions for triggering events. All the divided outputs are simultaneous, so you can patch to drum modules, high hats, sequencers, etc., at the same time. The module will except just about any wave: saw, sine, triangle, square, ramp wave. Each one will influence the processing a little different as far as time is concerned. You can also use the outputs at audio rate, to use as a subharmonic generator. (1) Master Clock Divider circuit, (1) op-amp powered multiple, (1) Clock input pass through and Reset pass through.