Redditor "Piper-Bob" asked for ideas on how to pair a Werkstatt with a Subharmonicon. One of the reasons I got a Werkstatt was because it had an LFO CV out that I could use with the Subharmonicon, so I recorded an (admittedly obvious) experiment that shows the LFO modulating the filter cutoff. After doing the recording, I wondered if there was a way to attenuate the LFO voltage coming from the Werkstatt so I could control how much the filter is opening. As it turns out, you can do that by simply running the signal through a potentiometer. Simple!
I closed up the case on my Baby-10 sequencer project. Here's a demo video and a list of what I learned.
I recently finished my Baby-10 sequencer and used it to drive my Werkstatt as part of a recent musical project. While there were a couple of problems with the build that I'm not completely happy with, completing this project has really sparked my interest in building synthesizer modules from scratch.
I've got enough wires soldered up to light some LEDs in sequence!