what's interesting is that the DDSR produces such musical intervals without any quantization! SR's are so f'in weird, i'm completely lost in this module.BugBrand wrote:Yeah, the D-to-A is kind of a bonus generation from the Digital Shift Register.
Both types of shift register is like a chain of buckets (yep, BBD-ish) where each time a clock occurs, the contents gets passed along the chain, but:
Digi-shift - each stage can either be on or off
Analogue-Shift-Register - each stage can be any voltage - they're all Sample & Holds.
A dual quantizer would go very nicely with the DDSR! Imagine triggering them with different taps and feeding them with different D-to-A signals... Don't get me tempted! (what I really want to do is a dual Sonic Potions Penrose - sometime....)
the 3 things that come to mind when I use those DA outs--
quantization would be nice
slew would be nice
attenuation would be nice-- they have a huge 10 volt range.
slew would really take it to a new level IMO.
what kinds of things do you guys like to feed to the data input? i'm just using one of the VCO outputs from the synth voice atm.