Oplab module user here. First thing - make sure you’ve updated the module to the latest firmware. Much more stable and among other things clearly animates the module LEDs when you’ve switched on to show it’s connected. Next - clocking analog can mean lots of the things. I use it to clock my ancient SH-101 by setting the out socket on the module to Trig and setting jump step components with value 0 on any audio track (1-8). Jump is the one on the high B button.
It’s a bit confusing - you don’t use the module track for this, and the step components you set have no effect on the track you place them on! For straight clocking, put a jump step component on all 16 steps. For interesting syncopation and randomness, miss a few steps out.
This is the bit in the Oplab manual about it:
trigger output (0 or +5V). this output emits a short pulse suitable for triggering drum synths, arpeggiators, gate inputs, etc. it uses the tip of the connector, so a mono cable is fine.
to make any a step output a trig pulse:
- select any audio track
- press and hold shift
- select step(s) 1-16
- press jump
- press value key 0
- release shift
- press play and verify