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Choices joystick - offset when using audio ins?
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Author Choices joystick - offset when using audio ins?
matttech
hi all

just wondering - when i'm using aduio inputs into the X/Y ins - to blend between 2 different signals - the offset doesn't seem to do anything. i'd have presumed it would give me a little bit of signal when the joystick was fully down or left - kind of raising the start point, rather than the signal fading to zero. but it doesn't do anything at all

pretty sure it's ok with CVs.

have got the "ref" set to the "wave"

should it do something or not? seriously, i just don't get it

i thought it'd be like the "gain" knob on a vca

any ideas?

cheers
matt
Stab Frenzy
Unless I'm mistaken wouldn't it just add a DC offset to your audio signal? ie wouldn't make it louder or do anything useful and would be removed when the signal went into the next AC coupled input.
mojopin
wavy line is for ac input. try the dc input and see if that works.
matttech
mojopin wrote:
wavy line is for ac input. try the dc input and see if that works.


but i'm using it for audio, using the in sockets

when in DC mode the offset works as expected, or if you're just sending voltages out of it using its internal voltage generator

i thought that when you were using the inputs it essentially operated as a vca, controlling the AMOUNT of whatever signal was inputted into it
bluemeanie
just a couple of attenuators... with dc offset built in

kinda like maths channel 2 n 3

not gonna 'open' the attenuator.... thats what the stick is for!
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