Modular Diary – 068

I’ve taken another shot at a micro version of my Audulus scale bender. I decided to do away with the knobs and only provide the 1-volt-per-octave inputs on the front panel, along with a knob on the side (easily duplicated) that can be connected to the particular step(s) one would like to bend. The knob is calibrated so that one can set precise deviations by hand within a range of + or - 50 cents, with its output scaled to 1/o so that it can be connected directly to the inputs. One can still open up the patch and set ratios or fractions under the hood as well as see a numerical display of the precise deviations for each step. It feels a little more elegant than my previous attempt.

Modular Diary – 068: I’ve taken another shot at a micro version of my @Audulus scale bender. I decided to do away… rdgr.me/u/z1e68d

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Rudiger Meyer is a composer interested in the play between traditional concert music and new media.


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