3 Modules #41: Kinks, Braids, Rings

Published on Jan 11, 2018 Comparative Irrelevance

"I wanted to try a little idea for Kinks this time: to split a random S&H sequence into two different sequences using the logic and signal processing sections.

Patch notes:

A slow external clock gets the S&H sequence going, and this is sent into Kinks' LOGIC section. Since the noise that's normalled to the S&H input is bipolar, the resulting S



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