Rack Extensions for Propellerheads Reason
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RACK EXTENSIONS FOR PROPELLERHEAD REASON
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The ModSelsor enables you to select and sense CV signals in a variety of ways.
Bottom row is a Sensor, where the output index level indicates which of up to 24 CV inputs has the highest level at each moment.
A CV level on the single Selector input will activate one of the up to 24 outputs, to a level set by a modulation input, or default 1.0V.
Look for ModSelsor in bundle ModuleMaker CV Tools!
The CV level on the single input socket will select one or none of the up to 24 outputs.
The cable connections define how the input level is mapped to the outputs.
There are several ways to modulate the ooutput levels.
The index output level indicates which input socket has the highest level at the moment. This is quite the opposite from the Selector, and the level mapping is similarly defined by the last used sense input socket.
An additional output is provided, always set to the current highest sense input level, i.e. the momentary maximum input level.
INPUTS & OUTPUTS, SOCKETS, SWITCHES, LAMPS
ModSelsor is mainly a unipolar CV device.
Inputs will however accept any levels, but make sure to understand how negative values are handled before you rely on a particular behaviour.
Basic function of the Selector:
Selector example 1:
Understanding select in autoadjusting levels.
Select modulation input
Since release 1.1.0 the level of any selected output can be set by a global modulation input. When no mod cable is connected, the output level will default to +1.0V.
Sense to Select switch
Release 1.2.1 introduced a Sense → Select option, activated by a switch button. This will use the Sensor input of a position, if attached, as level source for the select output of that same position.
Selector example 2:
Selecting level from one of several sources to a common target.
Now you're able to assign any of those 8 different CV signals to your modulation target, by pushing the fader up and down.
Also since release 1.2.1 you have a switch button for the Hold option. This will leave any select output level where it is, when the position is de-selected. When selected next time, it will again get continuously updated to it's sense input, select mod input or 1.0V.
Selector example 3:
Controlling several targets from the same CV source.
You're now able to handle any of those 8 different CV target levels from the same fader, after selecting target with the knob.
Basic function of the Sensor:
Understanding the sense index output autoadjusting levels.
DOWNLOADS AND VIDEOS
This video is simply a basic presentation of this Rack Extension.
There is no patch available to accompany this,
and so there is nothing to download.
This video briefly describes a quite complex setup , including lots of Hamu devices.
Should you happen to be one of the very few deeply interested users, you must check it out! Use this link to download the entire combinator patch of the video! =)