| br>I have an ES-3, with an ES-5 connected to the first header, connected to ADAT outputs on my audio interface. I run Pro Tools at 96k, so I use the AAX SMUX module (on two stereo aux channels; one feeding from a stereo bus pair and a mono sidechain bus, outputting to ES-3 "1&2" (smuxed to 1-4), another feeding from a second stereo bus pair and another mono sidechain bus, and outputting to ES-3 "3&4" (smuxed to 5-8).
This appears to make the CV 4 output on the ES-3 mirror the same signal as CV 3, is that correct? (With maybe some pan law applied?)
But what about the ES-5? Should I expect to get anything useful from the ES-5, or is the pan law that gets applied to the single sidechain input going to mess with the bits such that the gates on ch7-8 will be garbage? I haven't been able to get the ES-5 to output anything useful at 96k.
I'd like to use the ES-5 to output clocks and other triggers from my DAW, but have had to use the ES-3 CV outs for those instead so far. br> br>