There were quite a few new modules and systems on display at the booth W450 where Robert and Antonia showed off the AE Modular system to the visitors of Superbooth.
We've reported and introduced the TBD and the soon to be released HEARTBEAT.
And today, on the last day of Superbooth we want to show you another module which is currently in prototype stage: the CVSHIFTER.
It works like an analogue shift register in that it samples CV from the single input and with each trigger it sends that CV to the next CV out the currently sampled CV goes to out1. However it is purely digital and therefore doesn't suffer from drift as some analogue ASRs and S&Hs do.
There will be 3 modes:
Classic: Each trigger shifts the CV outs by one position, the new CV goes to Out 1
Cycle: Each trigger sends the CV to the next output channel, restarting at out 1; additionally a gate signal at the according output.
Random: The CVs are sent in random order to one of the four outputs, plus a gate signal.
Funny, I just bought my second Sample-&-Hold module to patch a proper shift register. Four S-&-H modules adds a lot of random to any patch. The CVShifter will come in handy!
It might also be possible to patch something Benjolin-y with this if i'm not mistaken? But been a long time since I looked at that modules Flowchart, so not 100% sure (but i think it's 'rungler' core is some kind of cvshifter?)