Hello! I’m wondering something about the Trigger In connectors on the Envelope and Filter modules. Are they supposed to be able to respond to variable voltages (ex. from a dimmer) or is it just a matter of cutting them in or out based on a pulse? I played around a bit with a dimmer and the Filter module, and it seemed like I could change the cutoff a little, but am still uncertain how much tweaking can be done through the Trigger In.
On the envelope the “trigger in” triggers the envelope so it is a simple high low. On the filter the third bitsnap controls the cutoff frequency.
Great, thanks for confirming that.
I found that out pretty quick … here’s a sample circuit I did:
power - keyboard - oscillator - envelope - filter - speaker
The envelope plugs into the trigger out of the keyboard, and the trigger in of the filter. This modulates the cutoff of the filter with an attack-decay envelope, and also sets it to trigger everytime you press a key. Replacing the keyboard module with the 4-step sequencer does the same thing.