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masi

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Input connector info about the original hardware
« on: December 14, 2017, 12:33:39 pm »
For Freaks of Authenticity this peace is missing from Arturia's manual:

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Two separate 1 /4 inch phone jack sockets allow remote control of the Portamento and Hold functions with optional Damper Pedals. When the DP^2 is connected to the Portamento jack, the corresponding functions in the Performance Control section will be defeated when the DP-2 is pressed. A DP-2 connected to the Hold jack will initiate that function for the entire keyboard when the whole or Dual Key Modes are used, and only effect the Lower end of the keyboard when the Split Key Mode is used.

Two additional 1/4 inch phone jack sockets allow separate remote control of the VCF (tone color control) and VGA (volume for all outputs) with optional volume pedals such as the Roland FV-20. Also VCF or VGA can be inputed CV (0 ~ 5 V). Connect the output of a volume pedal to either the VCF or VGA External Control Input. Sweeping the pedal will effect the tone color (VCF connection) or volume level (VGA connection) upward from the normal point set by whatever patch is being used.

This means you can happily use physical pedals for live performance or parameter automation and still get the "real thing".  ;D

Masi

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Re: Input connector info about the original hardware
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2021, 11:26:08 am »
Happens in Jup 8 V3 St Delay and St Chorus\Flanger. When SYNC is selected, Rate param values are still numeric and multiples or fractions of Tempo.

 

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