Four Big Knobs
Each knob has a voltage output that can be set from 0 to 5v, 0 to 10v or -5 to +5. The idea is that you drop it into your control voltage chain and use them to modulate your modular with finger-friendly knobs.
The first two channels can also act as attenuators. Plug an LFO or modulator into In 1 (or 2) and Knob 1 (or 2) attenuates it and the result comes out of Out 1 (or 2). This works when the switch is set to 0 to 5v. In other ranges, it acts as an offset or amp with often weird and interesting results. The Change (CHNG) output contains the voltage from anything that’s changing from any knob. So you’d get nothing from still knobs but plenty as soon as you start moving things. Difference (DIFF) compares the difference between 1&2 with the difference between 3&4 and works out that difference. The result is not entirely random nor entirely predictable either.
Module is available as a DIY project only.
This Module is a prototype or in a concept phase.submitted May 20th 2020, 08:53 by sabasan | last Change Jun 9th 2020, 08:50 by ParanormalPatroler
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