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j9k’s a2d dspLoad 19.80/16.70/16.60
j9k’s d2a dspLoad 8.00/4.70/4.80
bit reduction and reconstruction modules.
The graph shows the input (ramp) and the outputs (Msb - top, Lsb - bottom).
j9k’s comment about these modules:
"there are only 8 bits there and the purpose of it was to be able to rearrange the
bits or perform some other operation on a few of them."
available on Ben Walker’s website
j9k’s rotation xy
j9k: "it uses sin/cos lfo to rotate a vector image. the demo is in an m2 shell but
wth m3 mdl's. the xfade mdl's push the image into the proper quadrant for amplitude
j9k’s to Knobs:
modular FOAM module. Procedure:
Connect a mod source to one of the modules’ inputs. Assign a CC# to the (now moving)
knob above it
=> Modular’s MidiOut will transmit the values as MidiCC data.
outputs 2147483647 when an incoming control message on “+” is smaller than the one
outputs -2147483647 when an incoming control message on “+” is greater than the one
j9k’s to Trapezoid:
sine(out) / cosine(out0) lfo with integrated envelope.
controls for attack/hold/release/off time,
The big knob under the J9k logo controls the lfo rate.
The two >off< buttons have to be pressed to get an output. Unfortunately they don’t
work no more in SFP4.5. Workaround: Midi CC to engage the buttons.
j9k’s xy amo:
visualization of the two signals connected to the inputs.
dir(ection)det(ector) outputs 2147483647 when an incoming waveform is headed down
outputs -2147483647 when an incoming waveform is headed up.