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Unique MI Ears variation w/ added front-panel switches to control Attack/Decay time of Envelope & Gate Detect threshold
Byxa [v u h a] - is little improved version of well known creation of Tom Whitwell and Émilie Gillet "Ears". So what does this module do? Pretty simple: sound that comes to module via "In" input (or built-in piezo) disparts on it's gate and envelope components, that are instantly available as CV sources from dedicated outputs.
When there is no cable inserted into "In" input, the piezoelectric sensor located under the fingerprint-shaped pattern becomes the sound source. So by tapping on the module and scratching the texture surface, you can get interesting envelopes and triggers.
The "Out" socket provides the duplicated signal that comes via "In" or if nothing is there, it offers raw sound of contact mic.
And what do these switches on panel do? So basically they duplicates connectors that were originally located on the back of the board, that is for sure not so useful when you want to play with them on the fly.
Top left switch responds for Gate Detect threshold - it allows you to configure the triggering when 1, 2 or 4 volts
Top right switch responds for Attack Envelope time - Slow/Mid/Fast
Bottom switch responds for Decay Envelope time - Slow/Mid/Fast
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