Seq Switch32 A


Description

A new switch module designed for use with the Async Event Count module to generate control sequences. It differs from a regular switch in that it only outputs the current input value on selection meaning that in a sequencer context, changes to control inputs won't be heard until a step is re-triggered.

Usage

It's based on conditional sends and value senders so doesn't use any DSP. The timing seems reasonable enough but does lose it on the odd occasion when moving/resizing windows etc.

cwmod: Interesting approach - however timing is a little drawback. Don't know if I'm right, but IIRC in sdk there are some 'classes' of (async) dsp atoms with different time accuracy (with Gate out to be the most important), and I think Value Sender is one of the 'weaker' ones. But nevertheless it's a cool module

sharc: Yes, I agree the PepAtoms like the Value Sender and Conditional Send definitely aren't the best for precise timing.

I probably wouldn't recommend using this module for those applications. It's main strength is that it doesn't eat into DSP or CPU resources so you can use as many as you need.

It's possibly best suited to creating evolving automation sequences for async parameters on BC modules. You could for example use two instances of the Seq Switch32 A with one of them setting a dezip amount per step for the control output of the other. Feed the dezipped signal through some control rangers for one or two parameters and then repeat this process for others.

Type

SWITCH

Module

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Module Connections

Label
Type
Description
Control Range
01-32
Async
Control signal input

switch
Async
inc/dec Control signal Switch

out
Async
Control signal output

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