CV shaping [Pulveriser]

CV shapping

I’ll keep it short and simple today.

You can use the Follower of Pulveriser for shaping CV transients. You can do this by either use CV or audio as input signal. By using the Attack and Release parameters of the Follower you can shape the Modulation Output (CV) on the backpanel.

This trick works like the Lag parameter but has more options. You can soften the Attack and add more Decay which makes the transient very smooth. It works great on waveforms like squares and on Matrix stepping CV values.

Here’s a short demosong I did using a Subtractor, a Matrix and a Pulveriser:

P.S. Some people have asked me to share the patches. What I am planning to do is to send some additional files to the Newsletter subscribers during the weekends. I’m also working on a ReFill for this project. That should be ready next month.

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One Response to CV shaping [Pulveriser]

  1. Anthony July 16, 2013 at 1:20 am #

    Certainly will be looking forward to that refill.

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