Modes of operation
Poly Mode, this gives you Midi to CV conversion for 4 voices, each with its own note CV, Velocity CV and Gate, along with pitchwheel, modhweel, aftertouch, sustain and four usef definable Midi CCs. A choice of Polymode allows note steal or note ignore for new notes once all 4 voices are in use. With note steal mode on you can also turn retrigger on or off, which will retrigger the gate for the new note.
Mono 1, this gives you a monophonic Midi to CV converter. The 4 voices all play the same note/gate allowing for some monster stacking of oscillators. A choice of retrigger mode and a 16 note deep note stack. Also with pitchwheel, modhweel, aftertouch, sustain and four usef definable Midi CCs. Again you have the option for retrigger or not.
Mono 2, gives you 4 channels of monophonic Midi to CV conversion. The 4 channels all being consecutive (eg, 4, 5, 6 and 7). In this mode voice 1 uses the pitchwheel, modwheel, aftertouch, sustain and four usef definable Midi CCs. Retrigger sets retrigger on or off for all four channels. Each channel has its own 16 note deep note stack.
- Assignable CVs, so you can choose which MIDI CC's you wish to use to control your modular. By default they are CV-A = 74(Filter cutoff), CV-B = 7(Volume), CV-C = 5(Portamento time), CV-D = 2(breath controller)
- The pitchwheel CV affects all 4 note CVs Via the bend range knob. However, If you plug a jack into the Pitch wheel CV socket the pitch CV is no longer applied.
- The Modwheel socket is slightly different, Plugging in a standard mono jack will give you the Modwheel CV out.
But, if you plug in a stereo jack in, the TIP gives you the Modwheel CV, the RING then allows you to feed back into all 4 note CVs, allowing a single LFO/VCA to control modulation on all 4 voices.
- The MIDI light flash with each Midi message it receives and understands, eg, note on/off will cause it to flash, Midi clock and Sysex will be ignored.