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SJK2000

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Help Needed Using LFO To Control Panning
« on: July 16, 2020, 07:56:07 pm »
Anyone know how to do this? I assumed I would just plug the LFO into the Pan jack (the one just below and to the left of the Pan slider) but that doesnt do anything except silence my output. I tried sending my LFO to both "In A #1" and "In A #3" on the voltage processors, inverting one of them and putting the output of #1 to Left In on the mixer, output # 3 to the R In, but no go. It seems so simple and yet I cant figure it out!

Also, does anyone know what the input jack below the Pan slider does exactly? Thanks all


SJK2000

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Re: Help Needed Using LFO To Control Panning
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2020, 08:56:02 pm »
After posting this, I figured it out after all. I did it this way:
1. put the audio output of your patch, whatever your patch is, (i.e. your VCA out) into both input #1 and input #3 on the voltage processor unit
2. Put your LFO output into the Mod inputs of both #1 and #3
3. Crank the dial for mod #1 input all the way up
4. Crank the dial for mod #3 input all the way down (this just inverts the signal from what it is on In #1)
5. Make sure the smoothing knobs are all the way off for both 1/2 and 3/4
6. Put the 1/2 output to L In on the mixer
7. Put the 3/4 output to the R In on the mixer

Works best if the LFO is a sine wave.

 

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