-6dB Switches

The three sections of the 333 are semi-normalled, meaning that each one is routed to the first input of the following one. If you patch three sources to the second or third inputs of the three separate sections, you can combine the functions of the three -6dB switches, thus making the red section 1/4 lower than the green, and the yellow one 1/2.

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 FALISTRI
  • 1 333
  • 1 USTA (Optional)
  • CGM (Optional)

DIRECTIONS

  1. Set the green section of a FALISTRI to ‘Loop’ mode, and its time scale to ‘Short.’
  2. Set the yellow generator to ‘Transient’ mode, and its time scale to ‘Long.’
  3. Patch the bipolar output of the first section to the second or third input of the 333’s green section.
  4. Patch any of the 333 green outputs to the input of a CGM Channel.
  5. Patch the unipolar output of the second section to the VCA CV input of the same channel.
    (In this way, an envelope will control the amplitude of an oscillator.)
  6. Patch the green EOR to the first Dual Cascaded Frequency Divider (DCFD) input.
  7. Set both DCFD outputs to ‘Bipolar’ mode.
    (This will generate two sub-octaves of the main oscillator.)
  8. Patch both signal to different sections of the 333 (avoid the semi-normalled inputs!) and play with the -6dB switches to modify the amplitude.

 

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