On 09/25/2011 05:10 AM, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
And I think part of the confusion is that LV2 calls #3 a "control port",
and doesn't currently have anything like #2.
On 09/25/2011 03:52 AM, Aurélien Leblond wrote:
> So far, my research seems to lead that a simple multiplication by 16
> of the VC output should convert it to PCM, and vice-versa.
> That doesn't seem right though, as I would think the sample rate
> should be involved in this conversion!
If your the same dude I met on IRC doing this exact same thing... you
misunderstood what was said about 16. I was saying that I've heard
that sometimes people implement CV ports at 1/16th the audio sample
rate. However it's simpler to just stick with the audio sample rate.
Also, in old-style analog synths the CV signal correspends to 1
Volt/octave and has a range (0.0, +inf). In contrast, floating point
audio has a range of [-1.0, 1.0]. There is no relationship between a
control voltage signal (e.g. the position of a fader) and a PCM audio
 ...based on my understanding of some discussions here
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