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Old 01-16-2018, 01:26 PM
Aramis Aramis is offline
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Originally Posted by jim View Post
Not that I'm aware of. Numerology's internal CV signals are 32-bit floating point numbers (i.e. same as for audio), which could be converted to OSC messages with the same resolution, and that would work fine for signals that don't change quickly (i.e. less that 500 times a second), but not necessarily for something that changes continuously over time -- like an LFO. For that you have to use something like the CV2Audio module to convert the CV signal to audio, then you'd have to get it into VCV Rack.

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Jim
http://motu.com/products/software/volta/vi.html

Could this be a solution? I wonder ?
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