So (for novices like myself) I took CV in to pin 1 (could have gone to pin 3, opposite operation), the line the R7-south off pin 2 (the wiper) and a wire to ground from pin 3 (could have used pin 1, opposite operation).
Still, could have saved all the trouble with Silent Way!
Febuary 6th 2011 - Additional Info:
Here's the basic circuit for the voltage divider:
Instead of using two resistors for a fixed voltage divider, a single trim pot replaces both.
Then terminal 1 (or terminal 3) is equivalent to the Vin connection above. This will be the CV input.
Then terminal 3 (or terminal 1) goes to ground.
Then terminal 2 on the potentiometer (trim pot), which is the "wiper" terminal, is Vout above. This will go to south side of R7 if you did Din Sync's mod for CV input.
The interchanging of terminals 1 and 3 does not matter; the direction of operation will just be opposite for either choice - resulting in Clockwise (CW) operation or Counter-CW operation.
This circuit is based on the ratio of Z1 and Z2 (or R1 and R2 for resistors). Because of this, using two 10k resistors is identical to using two 100k or two 1M resistors, according to the following equation:
Vout = [R2/(R1+R2)]Vin