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Post by Sanys » Sat Aug 03, 2019 10:51 am

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Post by Prunesquallor » Sat Aug 03, 2019 10:56 am

MODS: Can we split this thread? It's too large to load all the pages to search through effectively. :bang:
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Post by BrokenBo » Sat Aug 03, 2019 11:30 am

any more reviews on the Control Voltage Processor?

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Post by advrsry » Sat Aug 03, 2019 1:55 pm

Prunesquallor wrote:MODS: Can we split this thread? It's too large to load all the pages to search through effectively. :bang:
Probably makes sense to break out new threads for modules. Splitting this thread is probably too much work.

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Post by Prunesquallor » Sun Aug 04, 2019 1:18 am

advrsry wrote:
Prunesquallor wrote:MODS: Can we split this thread? It's too large to load all the pages to search through effectively. :bang:
Probably makes sense to break out new threads for modules. Splitting this thread is probably too much work.
How so? Split it after a sensible number of pages and call the first bit Part 1 and the second Part 2. I don't know what the upper limit on pages should be, but my new and well-specced PC struggles at around 100 pages, and 90 seems to be OK.
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Post by advrsry » Sun Aug 04, 2019 4:02 pm

Prunesquallor wrote:
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Prunesquallor wrote:MODS: Can we split this thread? It's too large to load all the pages to search through effectively. :bang:
Probably makes sense to break out new threads for modules. Splitting this thread is probably too much work.
How so? Split it after a sensible number of pages and call the first bit Part 1 and the second Part 2. I don't know what the upper limit on pages should be, but my new and well-specced PC struggles at around 100 pages, and 90 seems to be OK.
You can browse by page if you are reading in order, and use the forum's search functionality if you want to find a post.

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Post by Prunesquallor » Mon Aug 05, 2019 2:44 am

advrsry wrote:
Prunesquallor wrote:
advrsry wrote:
Prunesquallor wrote:MODS: Can we split this thread? It's too large to load all the pages to search through effectively. :bang:
Probably makes sense to break out new threads for modules. Splitting this thread is probably too much work.
How so? Split it after a sensible number of pages and call the first bit Part 1 and the second Part 2. I don't know what the upper limit on pages should be, but my new and well-specced PC struggles at around 100 pages, and 90 seems to be OK.
You can browse by page if you are reading in order, and use the forum's search functionality if you want to find a post.
Are you kidding? Browsing by page through a thread this long takes ages, and the search functionality is not that great. It's far more efficient to load all pages and hit Ctrl F. What's the problem?
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Post by synonymist » Mon Aug 05, 2019 5:59 am

Prunesquallor wrote:Are you kidding? Browsing by page through a thread this long takes ages, and the search functionality is not that great. It's far more efficient to load all pages and hit Ctrl F. What's the problem?
The problem is the antiquated forum software:

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Post by Prunesquallor » Mon Aug 05, 2019 6:37 am

synonymist wrote:
Prunesquallor wrote:Are you kidding? Browsing by page through a thread this long takes ages, and the search functionality is not that great. It's far more efficient to load all pages and hit Ctrl F. What's the problem?
The problem is the antiquated forum software:

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Thanks for that response! OK, maybe it's a question of waiting for this to be resolved, then.
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Post by youkon » Wed Aug 14, 2019 2:36 am

"Melodic" Jam with my Verbos System.
A Dynamix was added for further vca duties. Pairs really well soundwise.
This patch was inspired from the verbos youtube random sampling "follow melody" patch
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Post by rayultine » Wed Aug 14, 2019 10:28 am

Anyone have info on the "redesigned" aka smaller ATC that popped up on modulargrid?

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Post by damase » Wed Aug 14, 2019 11:00 am

rayultine wrote:Anyone have info on the "redesigned" aka smaller ATC that popped up on modulargrid?
it was presented at superbooth. no more vactrols, but still sounds amazing. 10hp. no info on release date that i know of

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Post by slowpilgrim » Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:50 pm

rayultine wrote:Anyone have info on the "redesigned" aka smaller ATC that popped up on modulargrid?
I added it to use in a rack plan, no further details.

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Post by shanebroderick » Thu Aug 15, 2019 1:10 pm

Does anyone use Disting as their main quantizer in a Verbos system?
I'm about to order the Multistage and plan to use it for melodic sequencing.

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Post by damase » Thu Aug 15, 2019 1:55 pm

shanebroderick wrote:Does anyone use Disting as their main quantizer in a Verbos system?
I'm about to order the Multistage and plan to use it for melodic sequencing.
Intellijel Scales here
not my business really but disting seems about as opposite of philosophy and workflow to verbos as you can get

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Post by yellowecho » Thu Aug 15, 2019 2:24 pm

shanebroderick wrote:Does anyone use Disting as their main quantizer in a Verbos system?
I'm about to order the Multistage and plan to use it for melodic sequencing.
Most of the time I don't use a quantizer with my Verbos system... I just use the CV attenuator to limit the range of the voltage.

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Post by mritenburg » Thu Aug 15, 2019 2:51 pm

shanebroderick wrote:Does anyone use Disting as their main quantizer in a Verbos system?
I'm about to order the Multistage and plan to use it for melodic sequencing.
Which ever quantizer you choose, you should verify that it operates in a 0-10v range. Don't get stuck with a quantizer that only operates in a 0-5v range, otherwise, you'll be chopping your Verbos cv range in half.
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Post by stephentrask » Thu Aug 15, 2019 3:08 pm

shanebroderick wrote:Does anyone use Disting as their main quantizer in a Verbos system?
I'm about to order the Multistage and plan to use it for melodic sequencing.
I use a Pico Quant. It's pretty no nonsense and keeps all the attention on the VMS.
i don't know what I'm doing but I sure like doing it.

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Post by BrokenBo » Thu Aug 15, 2019 11:19 pm

one should use an attenuator before going into the quantizer (or are there any quantizers with built in attenuation to limit the octave range?) as the VMS has 0-10V range, which means 10 octaves.

so far i only went directly into the cv attenuators of the HO or CO when i wanted to use the vms for pitch.

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Post by shanebroderick » Thu Aug 15, 2019 11:53 pm

BrokenBo wrote:one should use an attenuator before going into the quantizer (or are there any quantizers with built in attenuation to limit the octave range?) as the VMS has 0-10V range, which means 10 octaves.

so far i only went directly into the cv attenuators of the HO or CO when i wanted to use the vms for pitch.
I think the disting mk4 offers a dual quantizer with attenuation in 4hp which I need and was why I was asking. Not sure how good it works though.

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Post by kingcons » Fri Aug 16, 2019 9:14 am

Just got the delivery notice on my first ATC to pair with my CO and Scan and Pan. When is work over again? :hyper: :hyper: :hyper:

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Post by thetwlo » Fri Aug 16, 2019 6:33 pm

mritenburg wrote: Which ever quantizer you choose, you should verify that it operates in a 0-10v range. Don't get stuck with a quantizer that only operates in a 0-5v range, otherwise, you'll be chopping your Verbos cv range in half.
Thanks! weird, the WMD Arpitecht is only 0-5v, didn't notice that before. I wonder if a firmware update could change this?

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Post by bayrumblues » Sat Aug 17, 2019 11:10 am

wonder when Verbos is going to release cases for the keyboard/ black horse/ full systems? Been waiting years!

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