So I’ve been trying to figure out how to do this (besides shelling out for the ever illusive Instruo Performance Quantizer) and even made a thread about this on muffwiggler which didn’t really help. The idea is to take incoming cv voltages and quantize it to held notes from a midi keyboard.
So far where I’m at is, I have a CV.OCD (a wonderful midi to cv converter) that is sending 4 v/oct values from my keystep into 4 inputs of the 301. I messed around with just having 4 different voices receiving the different note values and triggering in euclidean patterns which was fun, but what I really want is for each voice to scan through the held notes based on incoming cv.
So is there a way I could design a unit that has all 4 values coming in, and a single value is allowed to pass through based off an incoming cv signal? Does this make sense? I’m assuming it would be some combination of switches and logic units? That’s definitely my weak point in modular; logic! (true in many ways lol) The end goal of this is to be as live friendly as possible. In the way that I want to be able to change chords freely and have it respond accordingly.
Anyway any help at all is greatly appreciated!