Moog DFAM

The patch and performance were awesome. Loving it. Add some reverb and I could listen for hours…

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I did exactly this with the DFAM. And because I just used that and the Machinedrum the sound is BIG

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That video made me quite emotional. Wonderful stuff. Thanks for sharing.

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Hi.

I have seen at the topics about Analog Four with DFAM and I can not find the answer to what I’m looking for, almost everyone talks about sync but not about sending trigger, velocity and pith.

Greetings.

what do you want to know?

I want to know how to send trigger, pitch and velocity from Analog Four to DFAM.

Thank you.

on the dfam:
choose VCO1 CV or VCO2 CV (or both with another cable) for the pitch signal and TRIGGER for the gate signal

for velocity I can‘t tell cause I don‘t have my A4 here at the moment

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Thanks for the answer but this video is with Mother 32, it also does not explain how to send velocity, I need the explanation with the DAFM.

you have to read my comment.
It‘s the same process.
I wrote where you have to put the cables in the DFAM.

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Sorry Unifono.

I did not see what you had written below.
If you have the opportunity to be in front of your A4 and then you explain how to send velocity, I thank you.

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I may be wrong but I don’t think you can send velocity cv from A4 to DFAM…

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I think you just send a cv voltage from a A4 cv out into the velocity in of the DFAM. So basicly the same as pitch works but instead of changing the pitch of the oscilator, the cv changes the openes (???) of the vca - meaning 0 voltage is closed aka no velocity and +5v is fully open aka full velocity.

So if you sequence the dfam with 2 oscilator pitches, you basicaly need all 4 cv Outs on the A4

For example:

A Gate out
B Osc 1 Pitch
C Osc 2 Pitch (u can use FX track for that)
D Velocity (u can use FX track for that)

remember that each of the 4 cv channels can pick up its value individually from each of the A4 synth tracks, the fx track or the cv track!

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Hi insect.

Thanks for your answer.

If I have understood you correctly, I am going to present the outline of how I think it should be done, if not, please correct me.

  • cv A as Trigger to DFAM trigger in
  • cv B as Pitch to DFAM vco 1 cv
  • cv C as Pitch to DFAM vco 2 cv
  • cv D as Pitch to DFAM velocity (0v to +5v)?

Sorry, I can not understand how to use an FX track to send velocity.
Which mode should I choose in the A4 cv D to send velocity to the DFAM?

Greetings.

You should send CV D as value, not pitch. I don’t think you can map velocity to the CV outs , but you can p-lock the CV D value per step on the CV track just like you would velocity.

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I guess you could also use the A4’s velocity to modulate the CV D value
hmm. all depends on what @IbanDevice wants to achieve in detail

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Hi.

Somehow, I want to get velocity from the A4 to the DFAM, I’m not sure how to do it, but I think the DFAM cv input is the one that puts VELOCITY, right?

Hi.

Can you please explain to me a little better how I can do this?
Sorry for my little wisdom about it.

A greeting.

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Seems that this is not possible. you can’t assign velocity to the CV linear values according to this thread…

So this would be the way to go.

Yes, note that there are two velocity points on the patchbay, you want the one below the trigger in.

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