Voltage Controlled FX Sends?
Yesterday I played around with automated Sends in my DAW.
I had three different delays in Returns A,B and C.
I set up a simple 1/16th notes sequence, with space between the notes (room for the delays in the Return Channels)
I automated the Sends in the DAW so that the first note gets send to the Delay in Return A, the second note gets send to Return B and the third note gets send to Return C.
1/16th, 1/8th or 1/4th note delays fill the space in between the notes.
Delays with higher feddback settings and modulated filters in the feedback path add nice flavours.
Pretty standart stuff and easily set up in a DAW.
If I'd want to achieve similar stuff in hardware how would I do that?
I could do that with Eurorack I guess...
My synth sequence goes to Input 1 in a Matrix Mixer, Outputs A, B and C are my Sends, each one goes to a VCA which gives me cv control over the signals. Each VCA goes to a different delay effect 100% wet and a simple 4 channel mixer module is used to combine the dry signal with the signals coming from the delays. I'd use lfo's to automate the Sends.
Would it work that way?
I already bought a Eurorack Case two months ago, but didn't fill it with any modules, yet.
I guess Euro is the way to go. Which other ways exist to set up smt like this? A Multiple would also work instead of the matrix mixer, I guess?
*edit Just tested both ways (Matrix Mixer and Multiple) in VCV Rack.
Seems to work great.
Isn't there smt like a Quad VCA with cv level control and normalled inputs, so that a signal that's being fed into input A can be tapped from 4 different outputs?
What about the Intellijel Triatt or Quadratt 1U? Does it work well with audio signals?
Any advice is still welcome! I don't own a modular, I guess there's some stuff I didn't think about...
Anything to keep in mind or ways to improve my idea? Any recommendations for modules?
Last edited by Schnork; 18-04-2018 at 10:53 PM..