@Joe finally found the time to read through this entire thread & watch all the videos (I’m actually sat on a train from London to Leeds to attend the Leeds modular meet this weekend so really nice to get the time to concentrate on the concepts and uses) and I have to take my hat off to you and say that this is next level stuff!! And the effort in sharing & description is VERY much appreciated!!
So my initial thought is to use the V2 switch approach for complex sample FX processing where I input the same sample player (maybe in a global chain or use @NeilParfitt idea of a custom unit with a top control that has a sample player feeding the 4 mixers) into each mixer unit and then have totally different FX processing (filter, delay, limiting etc) to really transform a previously static sample.
I have a question with the above in mind (using V2 of the patch):
So in your examples you are often using a sine wave in the global chain to drive the patch - for clarity is it the voltage of the Sine wave at a particular time that determines which mixer is active?
Assuming I understood the patch and the answer is yes then I could send a CV sequence into the ER301 instead of a Sine & sequence which mixer I wanted activated?
I’m hoping yes
This could really open open some really interesting ways to give some of my existing live material an added dimension especially if I use the ER101/102 as the sequencer to select the mixer!