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>From: "Dave Bradley" <daveb@...>the
>You wouldn't really build something like that INTO this quantizer module -
>you'd use this quantizer module to add transposing to something else.
>For instance, set the quantizer to semitones, then patch a DC voltage to
>input. COntrol the input level with an attenuator, and you have a steppedI'm
>output that represents selectable intervals. Then just sum with your
>keyboard voltage at exactly 1V/Oct, and you have your quantizer acting as a
>You'd need a mixer or a summer with 2 precision 1V/Oct inputs.
>Principal Software Engineer
>Engineering Animation, Inc.
>> How about adding an "offset" voltage amount? Say, from 1-12 so people can
>> transpose in different keys... would be quite a handy feature. (Unless
>> misunderstanding exactly how this module would work) I'm not sure what
>> other synths have something like this, not too many off the top of my
>> head. Would be cool for realtime performance, too.