Friday, October 7, 2016

That 185-2 Video I Promised...


Per Jase's request, I put together a simple walk-through of how I use the 185-2 for sequencer switch-ups while I'm playing live. Really makes for a much more varied sequencing system - and prevents the audience from falling asleep (sometimes).

Cheers!

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  1. Thanks Darwin. This has really helped me out, i did the fifths thing last night using top channel following your instructions. I'll have to try the extra voltage which you mentioned i this vid on Sunday. Some handy little Adder tricks for sure. Nice one

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  3. can the function of the switches be voltage controlled say with a transient generator thru a comparator or a logic module? ie: when the voltage goes high the 5th up is activated, voltage goes low, reverts back to the original key. Am I making sense? . .been a long time since I played with voltages.

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    1. You could probably do it that way, but the first thing that comes to my mind is to use a VCA to flip the incoming voltage. VCA's do great work doubling as voltage and/or volume switches, and most VCA's are DC-coupled, so they will work fine with voltages.

      And, of course, we all have an ample number of VCA's in our system, right? Right? Is this thing on?

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