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Llouwelyn
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JAG Patch's

Post by Llouwelyn » Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:25 am

I'm looking for applications audio or CV/Gate of patch's with the Jag please?
An idea?

Thanks.

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Post by addendum » Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:37 pm

If you have the 311C or any other quadrature LFO, run the 0 and 90 degree outputs into X and Y for a nice... circling light ;-)

Run two audio waveforms or one audio and one subaudio waveform into it for different waveshaping effects depending on each output jack.

Run envelopes, LFOs or the Sequantizer's CV or Gate outputs into it to get synchronized but non-parallel new CVs so you can use the original CVs on a VCA and the processed outputs on your filter frequency, FM index, pitch etc.

Patch the various outputs into different gate or trigger inputs to initiate a whole series of events from one or two CVs.

But most of alll, mull over the module's working principle to get new ideas. If you're a visual thinker, maybe imagining a tent and/or focussing on the LEDs will help, if you're more auditive oriented, just fanning out as many outs as possible to mod destinations and using simple inputs will hell, or maybe you're a tactile person and get the most out of it by using it with the joysticks as sources. It's a uniquely multi-layered module.

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Post by Llouwelyn » Sun Jun 16, 2019 11:59 am

Thank you! :hail:

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Post by addendum » Tue Jun 18, 2019 6:10 pm

I forgot about voltage controlled panning in quad or surround settings. You can control the amplitude, lowpass filtering and dry/ wet mix of up to eight channels with the JAG's numbered outputs, and you can use the Dome output to help simulate the pitch shift caused by a sound source's acceleration towards or away from the listener.

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