this is weird!.. (admittedly, it may also be the first time that i’m using the ER’s OUT for v/oct, and i’m wondering if i’m overseeing the obvious or if i have some error in reasoning here)
white noise » sample and hold (triggered via IN A1) » v/oct of verbose harmonic oscillator (tried this with various oscillators)
why am i getting these portamentos, but no continous change in pitch?
I might be stepping beyond my knowledge here, but I think the reason is that the outs are not DC coupled and hence cannot send CV signals.
That’s right - theres no meaningful CV out of the ER-301!
As mentioned elsewhere you can kinda get away with it in some applications but it’s really not what it’s designed for, see the notes on the panel for information re. IO.
aeh! i wasn’t even aware! (:
thanks for the quick help
Hehe, you’re not alone in thinking this, it has come up before
It’s certainly become a bit of a wish list thing, personally I am quietly hoping that the next module will be a CV modulation source like only O|D could ever do! This is totally just my wishful thinking
if something like that could be done in an expansion device – woah!
Whoa is the right word… it would turn it into a super modular computer!
…but it kinda goes against the idea of it being a ‘sound computer’ which is what it is called after all. I think a separate dedicated module along similar lines to the ER-301 would be much better…
Then there would be the trinity; the Sequencer (ER-101/2), Audio (ER-301) the Modulator (ER-???)
With those three in a skiff anything would be possible…
Hehe, I do like dreaming sometimes
The endless possibilities would become even more endless
I like limitations for this reason.