Musical response from modulation / knobs
• Hello,
i need some help creating a more musical response from modulations and knobs

I have some knobs (which i make min 0, max 22000 or 0-1 and then convert to 0 22000) to control some oscillators.
this of course gives me a linear response.
How can i implement this to give me a more musical response? (i know i must either make it logarithmic or exponential).
The best would be to use 0->1 to 0->max and the rise to the max be musical.

I tried searching the forum but couldn't find an answer.

(sorry for bad English, not native language)
• Hey bgc! This is actually a super easy thing to do. All you have to do is put a multiply node after a knob that is scaled 0-1, then multiply *that* output to 0-22,000. You want to keep knobs 0-1 because they will interface well with LFOs. Attached is an example patch.

Also your English is great! :)
• Also the Knob section in the documentation talks about this and other types of translations for knobs:

http://docs.audulus.com/nodes/#knob
• Most modules in the module library use the 1 per octave scale. That is 0= A440, 1 is one octave up, -1 is one octave down, 2 is 2 octaves etc. you will find a converter from Hz to o (one per octave) and o to Hz in the module library under Utility/Translation. o2HZ and Hzt2o. They are logarithmic with A440 as 0. Scale your knob from -4 to 4 and you will cover from 27.5 Hz to 7040 Hz. I have attached an example.