Modular Diary

I came across Analogue Research’s Artificial Neural Network Eurorack module last year, and have been wanting to re-create some of the submodules in Audulus ever since. The Audulus Library already includes modules for the standard logic gates, but there was something in the addition of thresholds to the Boolean on or off that intrigued me: ARC provides a nice explanation, in both their video and manual, of the biological model on which the Threshold Logic Neuron is based.

As DivKid covers in the final section of his video on the Joranalogue Compare 2 dual window comparator, there’s a lot of fun to be had in the combination of knobs and logic. Mylar Melodies too has some thoughts on Why Logic Modules are Ace!

Robert Syrett orginally posted the DivKid video on the Audulus forum in connection with the uWindow module he based on the Compare 2, and, since it’s a little different to the comparator, I thought it also would be worthwhile to go through the steps of putting together a Schmitt Trigger.

I’ve posted my versions of the ANN submodules on the Audulus forum along with some demos.

Modular Diary: I came across Analogue Research’s Artificial Neural Network last year, and have been wanting to re-create some of the submodules in @Audulus ever since. The Audulus Library already includes modules for the various standard logic gates, but… rdgr.me/u/sjzdif

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


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