This video takes a look at the control voltage features of the MPC X.… Read More How To Use An MPC X With A Modular Synthesizer
Crazy8 Beats, an analog + MIDI rhythm sequencer, is now available.… Read More Crazy8 Beats Rhythm Sequencer Now Available
The 321 features three identical sections, each of which is capable of scaling any signal, from 0 up to 2 times (+6dB), flip its phase, and apply a DC offset, allowing to shift your audio or CV ‘up or down’.… Read More Frap Tools 321 Module Lets You Slap It Up, Flip It, Rub It Down
Swiss thereminist Coralie Ehinger (aka Therminal C) shared this video, demonstrating using a theremin with CV and gate to control other analog gear.… Read More Using Theremin To Control Analog Synthesizers With CV & Gate
This video takes a look at how to create a DIY V-Trigger to S-Trigger cable.… Read More How To Make A DIY V-Trigger To S-Trigger Cable
This video, via Voltage Control Lab, demonstrates how you can use a Korg SQ-1 sequencer as MIDI to control voltage converter.
Spektro Audio’s Ícaro Ferre let us know a major update to CV Toolkit – a set of software modules that you can use to control, modulate and sequence your synthesizers via control voltage (CV). “The new 2.2 update is quite significant,” says Ferre, “because it adds many user-requested features, such as the ability to save… Read More CV Toolkit Updated With User-Requested Features
E-RM Erfindungsbüro has introduced the Multiclock – a sync box that offers 4 precise, low-jitter output channels, derived from DAW Audio Clock, MIDI or DIN sync. All channels are separately shiftable and swingable in realtime to compensate start lag and adjust groove.