The CV Recorder module allows you to loop incoming control signals seamlessly, capturing the performance of a knob so you can quickly set up a gesture and move on to building your patch elsewhere.
Simply attach the output of the module to the desired knob(s) you wish to modulate, and turn the onboard input knob.
You can also attach something like an LFO or envelope to the input knob and the module will automatically loop that as well.
You can set a fixed number of seconds for the loop, or attach an input gate that will synchronize the loop to your composition. You can also switch freely between each mode and retain what has been recorded while mangling your CV by adjusting the time knob.
To reset the module, you can press the reset button, send a gate to the reset input, or simply twist the input knob after the reset input light has gone out, and your new recording will overwrite the old one.
The recorder does not store your performance between patch loads. A planned version in Audulus 4, however, will.
This module is extensively documented - open it up to see how it works!
||Resets the loop recording. Can be triggered by external gate, button, or automatically when input knob is turned.|
||Attach to a gate signal based off your master clock to sync to music. Must also press button below time knob.|
||The looped modulation signal|
||Turn this to loop modulation signal. You can also attach a modulation signal directly to the knob.|
||Active only when light is lit. Sets a fixed number of seconds for loop. Button below switches between knob and Sync input to set the maximum time parameter.|
||Red = recording; green = playing.|
||0 to 20 seconds total.|
|1.0||CV Recorder.audulus (40.0 KB)||8/20/2018|
|1.0||CV Recorder Demo.audulus (412.8 KB)||8/20/2018||A simple self-playing patch with a CV Recorder attached to the cutoff knob of the VCF.|
|1.0||WCO Continuous XY Pad CV Recorder Demo.audulus (350.5 KB)||8/20/2018||Uses @robertsyrett’s West Cat Oscillator and @mederic’s Continuous XY Pad to create some wild wiggles.|