As I was patching my Birds Of Prey sketch I did some aoscilloscope study of the behavior om my slew module and it seems like either I don't understand the panel labeling of that module, or the labeling of the front-panel is off, or my module is badly wired.
When you feed random cv voltages in in the slew module like for example from a clocked noise module and you turn the slew time pot all the way counter clock wise then your oscilloscope will show some stepped values.
When you turn the slew time up then you see the slew module generate transitions between the discrete random voltages, the higher the slew time setting the more values are generated between two random voltages i.e. the slope between the 2 voltages takes is longer and longer, this is all normal slew behavior.
The strange thing is linked to the lin/log switch , when the switch is set to LIN I would expect the slew module to generate a LINear straight line between the two random voltages, whereas the LOGarithmic setting would create a curved transition between the two voltages. Well guess what, my slew module shows the exact opposite behavior, i.e. the LINear mode generates logarthmic transitions and the LOGarithmic setting generates linear transitions.