MODIFIER


Description

Modifier

Modules

Name
Module Image
Description
Aftertouch Sens bipolar
Aftertouch-Sens-bipolar.png

Aftertouch Sens
Aftertouch-Sens.png

Async to Sync
Async-to-Sync.png

Bipolar to Pos
Bipolar-to-Pos.png

Coarse Fine
Coarse-Fine.png

Crossfade Mix
Crossfade-Mix.png

Crossfade Pan
Crossfade-Pan.png

Cutoff Key Follow
Cutoff-Key-Follow.png

DC Offset A
DC-Offset-A.png
Apply a variable DC Offset to any synchronous signal.
DC Offset B
DC-Offset-B.png
Apply a variable DC Offset to any synchronous signal. DC Offset B includes manual level control.
Detune
Detune.png

Frequency Multiply
Frequency-Multiply.png
Same as the equivalent setting in ADDar oscillators with extended range (0-127.00x). Settings below 1.00x as you would expect act as division.
Frequency Splitter
Frequency-Splitter.png
Splits any synchronous frequency control input to a pair of frequency control outputs above and below the set frequency value.
Inverter Sync
Inverter-Sync.png

Key Level Easy
Key-Level-Easy.png

Min to Max Inverter
Min-to-Max-Inverter.png

Negative Long
Negative-Long.png

Pitch Mod 2m
Pitch-Mod-2m.png

Pitch Mod 2mD
Pitch-Mod-2mD.png

Pitch Mod 2mLD
Pitch-Mod-2mLD.png

Pitch Mod 3mL
Pitch-Mod-3mL.png

Pitch Mod 4m
Pitch-Mod-4m.png

Pitch Mod 4mD
Pitch-Mod-4mD.png

Pos to Bipolar
Pos-to-Bipolar.png

Ring Modulator
Ring-Modulator.png

Rotor
Rotor.png

Sample PitchMod A
Sample-PitchMod-A.png

Sample and Hold Generator
Sample-and-Hold-Generator.png

Sample and Hold
Sample-and-Hold.png

Sync to Async
Sync-to-Async.png

Time Modulator
Time-Modulator.png

Velocity Sens 1
Velocity-Sens-1.png

Velocity Sens 2
Velocity-Sens-2.png

Volume Modulator 1
Volume-Modulator-1.png

Volume Modulator 2
Volume-Modulator-2.png

Screen

Sync2Async control [Example]

Most of the async control inputs on BC modules are unipolar (+ve). Although some of them (mix module level controls for instance) give useful results when fed with a -ve control signal, the Multi-Mo isn't one of those. It spits out garbage MIDI data in response to negative values.

I could have added some protection against this but didn't because as you can see in the following patch, there are several ways to either convert a bipolar signal to unipolar or block negative values. These are just a few examples. In each case I've used a bipolar constant val to monitor the control output. There are plenty other ways to approach this. Which solution fits best largely depends on what the control source is BC Forum

Sync2Async-control.png

Async control inputs generally don't respond well at all to audio rate modulation. Options to deal with audio rate sources (other than the envelope follower) include using a Control Smooth S module which acts like a lag processor, sample & hold module triggered by an LFO or an audio trigger module. The Sidechain output on the BC Dynamics modules can also give some useful results.
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