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steve gardet - stiiiiiiive@hotmail.com
Compute the derivative -or something alike- of a control signal.
- The violet modules are the control sources, for experimenting.
- The yellow modules are the derivative computation core (modules names may be approximative...).
- The red modules are useful to compare the original signal to its derivative or to set the amount of modulation.
- The blue modules are just for experimenting.
Of course, feel free to replace the violet and blue modules by your own control sources and the group of modules you want to modulate. The most important here are the yellow ones, and perhaps the red ones depending on what you want to achieve.
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Try with the constant source (A1-1). Compare the direct control and the derivative (A1-8). The A1-5 button is useful for choosing the derivative or its absolue value.
Then try with the others sources...