The CV.OCD is just the device I needed to connect my Octatrack's MIDI channels to my Eurorack system. It's simple and works like a charm out of the box. I'm using it to send clock signal from the OT to a Temps Utile, and also to send pitch and gate from two MIDI tracks (it could be used to send up to for tracks). Everything works just fine, you quickly forget that you're using it, which is the best thing to say of a device like this.
This would be perfectly fine for the price if it was JUST a junction box, which is mostly how i use it. But also, if for some reason your MIDI set up currently lacks any kind of sequencer to keep everything working in time, then this will also send out a basic 4/4 MIDI pulse, anywhere up to 300 BPM (if i remember rightly). Definitely worth the money, and i have not found any problems as yet.
Wanted a midi splitter to send sequencer data to multiple devices on different channels. A buddy had this one, it worked like a charm and I liked it, so I ordered one. Came pretty quick considering I live in Canada. My only wish is that is was in some kind of shell to cover the circuitry and secure the midi ports better. Oh, and a standard 9v wall wort, or battery power option. But that would up the bulk and the cost. For the price, who's complaining... really? It's good, does what it's supposed to and.
Broke it (the little end pieces where it connects snapped off) after dropping the assembled item on a wood laminate floor from height of just under a meter. Wasn't expected it to be super tough or anything but just a warning for others to be careful as it is brittle.
Also totally agree with the other reviewer that it was tough for my big fingers to get some of the bolts on. This was actually the reason I dropped it.