i am trying to take a sequencer (regular sequencer, not micro) and output terminals 1 and 5 to another module (a micro sequencer), and have both of these signals perform an identical trigger operation on the target module.
i attempted to use a “mix” module to take both signals and merge as a single incoming signal to the target module but this doesn’t work. even though both mix knobs are at maximum value, i put a diagnostic bar graph after the mix module and noticed that it only hits the first two bars each time the sequencer reaches 1 and 4, so it doesn’t seem to be enough signal/voltage to perform the triggering to the target module.
so it appears that the mix module isn’t really suited to just signal/voltage operations, just audio stuff. i’m concerned about the apparent attenuation going on with the mix module itself, but that is another issue i’ll bring up in a different thread.
any thoughts about methods to merge trigger signals/voltages like this, without adding an arduino bit into the chain? (though i’d be interested in that too, just trying to keep it simpler). it looks like all of the splitters and forks available are only outgoing splitters, i only notice the mix module as an option for merging stuff.
if this isn’t currently possible, maybe this is a request for such a merging module: a reverse fork/branch/splitter that doesn’t need the attenuation knobs of the mixer.