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PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2007 3:17 pm    Post subject: Quadraphonic modules
Subject description: Pan around the 4 outputs and mix the 4 inputs
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I would love a family of VCA like modules that would take one audio in and pan it between 4 outputs - Left Front(LF), Right Front(RF), Left Rear(LR), and Right Rear(RR). These normaly would be connected to the 4 outputs of the G2 but can of course go anywhere. I see two modules first.
One would have one control input selectable between BiP, BipInv, Pos, PosInv, Neg, and NegInv response (or just the big 3). In bi-polar mode at level -64 it would be full output at LF, going positive CV to -32 it would pan to RF, to RR at 0, LR at +32 and panning back to LF at +64. A full 360 degree pan would work with a Ramp wave as a input.
The second kind would have 2 CV inputs. one would control Left-Right position (LF/LR--RF/RR) and the other would control Front-Rear (LF/RF--LR/RR). It would respond like a typical joystick panner.

Opposites of these modules would also be very nice, 4 inputs with one output. These would make great for waveform morphing and effecs mixing.

And lastly, versions of the module that just provide CVs as outputs. One could just be a clone the function of the Doepfer A-144 module (http://www.doepfer.de/a144.htm). That way you could control banks of 4 of any modules. Four BP filters for instance.

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