EDIT useless question, from “Output Saturation” chapter: in Eurorack, power supplies supply -12V to +12V…
My new clocking module embeds 8 independant outputs.
In most cases, voltage range for output is bipolar -5V to +5V (in particular LFOs, CV as waveform, and “v-offset” waveforms/envelopes).
The answer of the question in the topic’s subject is yes, because VCV Rack permits any voltage. But… in order to stay compliant with Voltage Standards page, is it “legal” to output 0V/+10V to another output, at the same time?
Which is one of the things that you are not supposed to do in hardware, but if you know that those outputs are protected by the right resistance, it is ok, and it is sometimes fun ! (think Arp 2500 for instance).
I get that allowing that in VCV would require a lot of changes, and to be somewhat interesting it would require even a lot more for each and every module, and it would open a nasty can of worms (“why is nothing happening ? I connected the gate to the gate, but there is no sound ???”, etc).
But still !! It is a fun way to patch with hardware !
A great many modules don’t bother limiting the outputs to stay within the “standard” - even VCV modules!
The Fundamental CV MIX module can output values over 1 million in a matter of seconds by applying a bit of feedback. Simply patch the MIX output to the 2nd input, and set both the 1st and 2nd knobs to 100% This starts at 10V, and adds 10V every sample cycle!