Technically a clock is just an oscillator - usually one that produces a pulse wave, generally at subsonic frequencies. It is commonly used to provide a timer for triggering envelopes, Sample & hold or sequencing modules. Some clock sources will go to low frequency audio or even higher rates, allowing them to be used as a sync or reset source for audio oscillators, LFOs and cycling modules.
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