May 11, 2013

Video of the new Verbos 247v sequential voltage source

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Here's a quick video of my 247v module in my Buchla 200 cabinet. It shows some of the sequencing features. The 247v is connected to a 259, 281 and 292. The 281 is in sustained mode to get the benefits of the variable pulse length on the 247v. To start, I run it from it's internal clock and switch around the stages' on-off-slide switches. Then, I run it from an external pulse from the 281. This shows how the TIME MULT control acts like a pulse length/slide length control. I then show some tricks with patching stages into the strobe input and send in voltage to the analog input from an off stage 254 to select which stages are playing. There are loads more features, using the yellow inputs to make envelopes and stuff. I hope this starts to show it off...

5 comments:

Kent said...

Wonderful! Just when I thought that I was done with 200(e) format sequencing.

Lyonel said...

Shapely and powerful !

Minimoog56 said...

Mine on the way to fuel a skylab - why is the direction bottom to top?

Minimoog56 said...

Mine is on the way to power a Skylab - curious why Mark you went bottom to top in terms of direction of sequencing?

mark verbos said...

Why NOT bottom to top?

In a Buchla, the controllers are at the bottom and sound generators in the middle and mixing and audio processing at the top. All input jacks are at the bottom and outputs at the top. Everything starting with the user and going away. Bottom to top. the real question is, "why NOT bottom to top?"