Stupid question i guess, but is there any way to trigger the delay module so it works at EXACT time i need it? In the eoc, for example. I’ll be grateful for your answers!
I’m not so sure I understand. Which delay module? The VCV one? With the EOC of what? Can you upload a screenshot or the patch you’re working on?
Generally asking questions is preferred over not asking questions when looking for answers. ;-).
I guess this specific question needs some clarification before any of us can provide you with a usefull answer.
How would you define “EXACT TIME”. And how would you define when you “need it”?
Might be you put your perception of a solution in your question? Maybe better decribe your problem/goal (as in: what are you trying to achieve)? So we can help you towards a solution?
With my power of deduction, I offer this: you trigger some AD(SR) module and put its output into the wet/dry control, for instance here in Chronoblob
Not sure if I get it either, but I’ll take a wild guess. If you want the delay to kick in only after the envelope, one way to achieve that is by sending the EOC to toggle a switch and then sending the output high gate to modulate the delay mix (so it turns the delay “on” and “off”). Is that it?
Here’s some somewhat cryptic answers to your question.
Sometimes, I forget to count cables and add one sample delay per cable.
When all else fails, I pull out the envelope scope.
And count on low accuracy for the VCV brand LFO’s, the internal number representation is not very high. ( a 10 sec period is 2% short ).
Sometimes a trigger buffer can solve you sync problems.
yes, thats what i asked about! Thank u very much!
Yes, this is it! thank u!
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