I’ve been focusing my ER-301 studies on the Comparator class the last few days, so these units all have one or more comparators. I think these are pretty useful, so thought I’d share. New units:
- Pingable Scaled Random
- Clocked Random Gate
- Weighted Coin Toss
- Motion Sensor
I will probably write up some wiki docs for these if they don’t get obsoleted by 0.4. If they do, that’s OK. I had fun building them and feel like I’ve leveled up my middle layer skills quite a bit! In the mean time, each one has a quick and dirty you tube demo. Would like to hear your thoughts on them.
Pingable Scaled Random
Ping it with a trigger and it spits out and holds a random value until the next ping. Can scale, offset, and quantize it.
Clocked Random Gate
Send it pulses or a clock. You control the probability that a gate will fire when it’s pinged
Weighted Coin Toss
Send a pulse and it outputs heads (1) or tails (0). You can weight it so that it’s more likely to give heads or tails.
This one’s the most experimental. I didn’t think it could be done in the middle layer, but it’s actually working decently well. It detects when a CV signal is moving, and can output a toggle, gate, or trigger signal.
If you’ve downloaded my little library from other post, you can just overwrite the folder. All the other units are still there. Unzip Joe’s Bespoke ER-301 Units to your ER-301/libs folder. They should appear in the Experimental category.
Joe-s-Bespoke-ER-301-Units-12-Aug.zip (13.8 KB)