Post by keurslagerkurt on Feb 20, 2021 8:07:29 GMT
The 2CVTool does not amplify your signal, only let's you attenuate it or invert it (= make it smaller or swap it upside down). The human ear cannot hear inversion or offset for an audio wave. However, if you apply offset or inversion to a control parameter (eg invert the modulation of filter cutoff), that you will hear as something different.
Attenuation is easier than amplifying. I run into the same problem: the square Waves are very loud and the Triangle is too low. However, i think the easiest solution is to turn down the volume of the square (=attenuate) and turn up the overall volume in the end.
Thank You keurslagerkurt It was very helpful. I usualy adjust the volume to the level of most quiet component, just as You've mentioned and sometimes I run triangle via Wavefolder to makeit louder but was thinking about other solutions and currently planing to buy some modules, so need to determine which I would need the most at the moment.
Post by keurslagerkurt on Feb 20, 2021 12:22:07 GMT
Glad I could help!
Yeah, it's def a downside of the squares being generated by logic chips (they go from 0 - 5V, so max volume of AE). Often when I'm already patching for a longer time, and I want to incorporate a triangle wave later on, its just almost 'impossible' to make it work. I think the SignalAmp is a good idea for this, but I do not have the module myself so can't test. Or if you have the braedboard, it would be an easy circuit to make with just one MCP602 and a few resistors.
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