basic patching question.

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lobit
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basic patching question.

Postby lobit » Sun May 25, 2008 2:38 am

Ive been told that the 100m can create a basic sound without patch cords however I haven't been able to get mine to do so.

here is the configuration left to right:

2vco/2vcf/2vca/2eg/rm

there are all connected via din cables. I have the eg out going to vca mod in, vca to the front jack connection 1/4" to the speakers.

I am using a sh-5 as a controller cv/gate out to cv/gate in on the front left. No trig in.

I get no signal through the vcf when i use the keyboard set to gate or the manual push button.

I don't have a manual so im basically not sure if I am connecting it correctly.

any info on the simplest patching for 'standard' sounds would be great.

sjones
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Postby sjones » Sun May 25, 2008 6:19 am

Wow, really? I never heard that. You have the 'D-Set' which is a common configuration. You will need to set up a patch before you can play it.

The most basic patch would be output of a wave form on the 112 into the input of the 130. Then turn up the initial gain. You should hear the basic wave form.

synth_ollie
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Postby synth_ollie » Sun May 25, 2008 11:05 am

the only signals that are sort of "pre patched" to the modules are
cv, trig and gate signals, if you use these kbd inputs on the bottom
left on the 191j (or 180/181 kbd connected via din cable),
all other signals must be patched manually with cables

lobit
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Postby lobit » Sun May 25, 2008 5:16 pm

that makes sense, the since the din cables don't carry audio. maybe someone was referring to the integrated 1 voice module in a 3 space rack.

sjones
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Postby sjones » Mon May 26, 2008 12:44 am

I don't have a 110 but I just traded a 112 for a 110 and looking more closely at the brochure it looks like it does indeed have a basic VCO->VCF->VCA routing using switched jacks. Neato.

ashley1
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Re: basic patching question.

Postby ashley1 » Wed Sep 17, 2014 7:23 am

ating audio? but it clicks for this...unless the clicks could be used intentionally for special effects of course.
also maybe the 173 used, i guess, for gating cv's/gates............?
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