From Mark Pulver
Sent Tue, Jan 15th 2008, 00:04
>"I don't want to just hook up the keyboard to two oscs and the >doepfer on the other osc." So, you do _not_ want this, right? MS-20 --+-> VCO 1 CV1 | +-> VCO 2 CV1 Ribbon ---> VCO 2 CV2 Then I think the answer is here: http://www.doepfer.de/a150.htm MS-20 --+-> VCO 1 CV1 | +-> A150(1) --+ |--> VCO2 CV1 RBN CV ---> A150(2) --+ RBN GATE -> A150(CV) Basically you're using the voltage from the GATE of the ribbon controller to select between either the MS-20 or Ribbon CV controlling VCO2. If the GATE is off, then you'll get the MS-20. If the gate is ON then you'll get the Ribbon. Mark --------- Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 12:35:20 -0500 From: firstname.lastname@example.org > > Hello. > > I want to emulate the duophony of my old EML 100 (where a new > note will steal one of the oscs then give it back when you release > the key) with two CV sources. I have a Korg MS20 + MS02 providing > one CV source and a Doepfer ribbon controller providing the other. > Is there some kind of (probably logic based) module I can use to > generate duophony ? I don't want to just hook up the keyboard to > two oscs and the doepfer on the other osc. I may have to go > down the MIDI keyboard + MOTM 650 route which wouldn't be a > disaster but I'm interested to know if there's another way.