The calibration feature came about as a direct result of ensuring Volta would work on non-MOTU interfaces. In our research, we found output levels varied not only from model to model, but interface to interface and even output to output. I was nearly ready to give up by this point until I came up with the idea of a closed-loop calibration system. Most oscillators have multiple outputs, so why not plug one back into the interface and measure the frequencies coming out of it? Then you can create a complete profile that addresses any non-linearities in both the interface and the oscillator. You can even tune self-oscillating filters this way.
I’m curious if some non-tracking oscillators like the livewire Dalek modulator and the Blacet dark star chaos will track with Volta. I’d like to test that out. You can walk away from your modular and come back hours later, hit ‘calibrate’ and you’re back in tune. It is like the tune button on a Prophet 5. Volta not only tunes and scales your oscillators, but when you hit a C4, you get a C4.
mr.extrem schrieb:richtig geil wäre wenn sich in Zukunft z.b der Sequencer in Volta noch per CV Steuerspannung modulieren liesse. Z.B wie den a155 die verschiedenen Modes "foreward, backward usw"
Dann hätte man so eine Art Hybrid Modularsystem aus Software und Hardware.