[sdiy] Standard markings for modular I/O & CV versus Audio?
vladoman at gmail.com
Fri Dec 20 23:17:41 CET 2019
personally I find any color scheme beyond maybe separating inputs and
outputs not really useful in modular and especially in Eurorack.
one person's LFO is another one's kick bass oscillator and what comes
out of a clock divider might be a slow logic signal or a sub bass square
wave signal. CV is audio and audio is CV - embrace the wild west ;)
On 20.12.19 05:51, Quincas Moreira wrote:
> Brian, use color coded nuts! Befaco sells them, look for Bananuts. I use
> something like the Serge code. Blue for cv, black for audio, red for
> logic. if i want to diferentiate between ins and outs, green for cv out,
> blue in. Gold for audio out and black in.
> I did this to my FCUK Product, check it:
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Dec 19, 2019, at 22:34, rsdio at audiobanshee.com
> <mailto:rsdio at audiobanshee.com> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I seem to recall that some brands of modular utilize a consistent set
>> of markings for Inputs, Outputs, CV (DC) & Audio (AC or DC). There’s
>> also sometimes the convention that inputs are on top, and outputs are
>> on the bottom, but that seems difficult to stick to for all kinds of
>> It seems nice to be able to glance at a front panel and know right
>> away which jacks are outputs, which are inputs, which can accept CV
>> and/or audio.
>> What conventions exist? Are there conflicting conventions? Is it hopeless?
>> Thanks for any input (as long as you label the inputs),
>> Brian Willoughby
>> p.s. I just designed a one-off module that I thought was going to
>> include a set of multiples. However, I’ve now learned that I need to
>> make these active, so I have to designate which jacks are inputs
>> versus outputs. I’ve already ordered the face plate for this one, but
>> I’m still thinking of how I might have changed the labeling to reflect
>> active versus passive.
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