Here’s an advanced use for USTA’s Raw Voltages! In this patch, we use two sequences to achieve a complex, through-zero FM BRENSO patch. The first sequence outputs pitch voltages and controls the carrier and modulator frequency (through BRENSO’s integrator). The second track has a faster sequence that outputs raw voltages to the v/oct input of the modulator. It adds specific offsets that change the carrier:modulator ratio, thus providing evolving harmonic spectra!
- Patch BRENSO’s yellow sine output to your favorite output section.
- Patch the CV A output of USTA’s Track 1 to BRENSO’s yellow V/oct input.
- Patch the CV B output of USTA’s Track 2 to BRENSO’s green V/oct input.
- Set BRENSO’s Integrator knob fully clockwise.
(In this way, the green oscillator will be controlled by both te CV inputs.)
- Set all the tracks to the same clock, but make sure that Track 2 runs at a higher clock ratio.
- Write two different sequences: one in pitch voltages for the yellow oscillator (carrier), and one in raw voltages for the green oscillator (modulator).
- Play the sequence.
- If needed, double click the track buttons to access composition mode and fine-tune the carrier frequency.
(USTA’s CV B have a high resolution that allows you to obtain precise carrier:modulator ratios.)
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