RE: [AH] Korg SQ-10 /Yamaha CS-30 question

From Bakis Sirros
Sent Sat, Mar 15th 2008, 10:43

Hello David,

As I have told you before, the sq10 is a cv (and gate) sequencer that
outputs cv's.
It does NOT matter if you'll use it with a hz/volt or an volt/oct synth.
It will work fine with both.
However, it outputs inverse triggers, so, in order to use it with a
volt/oct synth that accepts positive going triggers (roland, arp,
sequential, etc) you'll need to pass the gate outs of the sq10 thru a
trigger modifier module like the doepfer A165 trigger modifier.
Btw, you can also use other modules to invert and offset the trigger
outs of the korg sq10 in order to use it with the standard positive gate
synths. (like a voltage inverter and then a cv offset module)

Btw, I do not remember what kind of triggers (normal or inverted) the
Yamaha synths want...

Best regards,
Bakis.



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-----Original Message-----
From: David Bulog [mailto:redacted@example.com] 
Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2008 6:04 AM
To: David Bulog; [Redacted]; redacted@example.com
Subject: [AH] Korg SQ-10 /Yamaha CS-30 question


Has anyone tried a Yamaha CS-30/ Korg SQ-10 sequencer combination and
know if they are 100% compatible
I think the Yamaha uses the same system as the Korg  HZ/V S-Trig (5V)


thanks David


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