[sdiy] computer/synth feedback loops

peter edwards synth at casperelectronics.com
Tue Aug 11 14:17:44 CEST 2015


cool. thanks. I looked at these a while and wrote them off pretty 
quickly. not sure why now that I look more closely.

On 8/8/2015 5:05 PM, Kylee Kennedy wrote:
> Take a look at the expert sleepers line of eurack modules. It's what I 
> use for cv and auio - outs and inputs.
>
> Kylee
>
> On Saturday, August 8, 2015, peter edwards 
> <synth at casperelectronics.com <mailto:synth at casperelectronics.com>> wrote:
>
>     Hey all. I'm looking for some insight and suggestions on a topic
>     that I think lots of you know lots about.
>
>     I want to install a large analog/digital bridge in my synth
>     system. Something that lets me communicate back and forth between
>     computers(laptop, drum machines, etc) and analog synths....fluid
>     *2 way* communication. The OPlab
>     (https://www.teenageengineering.com/products/oplab) is very much
>     in the right direction but I want lots more I/Os. And audio
>     capabilities.
>
>     The simplest approach would be a 2 way midi interface and a 2 way
>     audio interface. I hate making a distinction between audio and CV
>     but I haven't found an interface that does it all.
>     And I do really like the idea of being able to utilize all of the
>     innovations out there that integrate MIDI. I haven't seen much in
>     the way of CV to midi converters but I could use one of the many
>     DIY midi controller kits (like this http://www.midicpu.com/) to do
>     this. I would have to make my own level converters to convert all
>     my CVs to 0-5VDC though...which maybe I'll do.....
>     But I dunno.. maybe there's some other protocol I could use that
>     accepts midi (so i can utilize all the cool midi stuff out there)
>     but also allows full frequency communication between systems not
>     limited by midi restraints. (?!)
>
>     Anyone have experience in this area that they want to share?
>      Thanks!!
>     -Pete!
>

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