||voltage interface question
for using the voltage interface 1 with line level signals - do the signals need to be amplified?
Like if I plug a tape player into the voltage interface vs. a guitar > amp> voltage interface ?
jjr br> br>
| br>I was also wondering if you could use it with the
addac .wav player - here is what I heard back about the audio out on that module
the .wav player features a line level out (pre VCA) and an amplified out (post VCA).
hope this helps!
all the very best
andre br> br>
| br>you can definitely use the addac.
VI is meant for taking audio modules and scaling to lzx.
outside sources.. (non modular) might need some amplification.. all my external sources run through a preamp before hitting the VI. in this scenario the VI (even if not needed) provides extra scaling and precision br> br>
| br>I usually don't run line-level audio thru the voltage interface at all -- it is typically close enough to 1V levels to be perfectly useful as-is! I just use an adapter cable and patch it right in where I need it. An exception is when you'd specifically want the voltage interface's rectification features to get a purely unipolar signal.
A much more useful thing to do with audio as it enters the system is to run it thru an envelope follower of some kind (A-119, MATHS, etc.) br> br>