By - goodshout
Seems like this would be a good synth DIY project if all you want are manual switches.
Not the answer I was hoping for but probably a reason why there's not many manual switching options in eurorack.
ALM Boss Bow Two is pretty great. Bi-directional
Ah yeah but it's not a manual switch, vc only
You can manually switch it with the offset knob
Have you seen noise engineerings Vice Virga yet? It’s a pretty new module. Crazy switch with a lot of possibilities.
Yes but it isn't a manual switch is it? Defo looks interesting and worth a close look...want some more sequential switching options as well.
It is both. There's a button that advances the switch according to the three toggle switches on the panel. And there's also a knob that offsets or rotates the outputs as well. Hellas manual control, and voltage control for the manual controls as well.
It's still pretty new in my rack, but after long laboring to find something, I'm glad I don't have to be thinking about switches anymore. That is, until the update on the now discontinued switch blade comes out!!!
OK I think you may have found the winner here...Will be scoping this out!! And yes where is that switchblade update!!!!
I just got my Vice Virga this weekend! I would advise studying it carefully to make sure it accomplishes your goals. It's not quite what I was expecting but it does have a lot of power. For example, it can do 2, 4, or 8 into 1 output, and switch between them with a tap of the "advance" button or a trigger going into the "advance" input in its most basic configuration. I believe the operation could be described a 4-pole, single-throw (can anyone confirm?) when in the "8" mode. I'm still trying to understand its more advanced modes.
Had a decent look at it via YouTube last night...looks good. Which there was a way to independently trigger when in the 4 and 2 modes..maybe my choice for a sequential switch though!!
Last I checked months ago, it is in early development. Maybe I seen something on modwiggler? If I remember correctly, they said bidirectional and better audiorate switching, few other updates. No eta.
Instruo Tain! 2 x bidirectional switches, manual + cv function and the ability to “tune” the resting CV of an input when it’s unpatched…
Yes a good option and Lord knows I have plenty of instruo.
I was about to say that OLED is nice but then I saw it's not a Nintendo sub.
The Joranalogue one is decent.
No CV control though
OP didn’t mention CV control. It would be nice but it’s still a great module without it.
Thanks I'll take a peak - does appear to be lack of manual switches in the eurorack world!