Cv Trick Tips Ideas

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    daydream2 : Sat 2nd Apr 2011 : 11 years ago

    Anyone got any cv tips/info or anthing on cv they would like to get out? I have been all over this site but either missed it or it just has yet to be discussed. I have some ideas on the working behind it, probably not enough to say anything, but just thought this would be a good topic to cover. Peace

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    Unknown User : Sat 2nd Apr 2011 : 11 years ago

    Can you explain to me what CV is and i might be able to help?
    -NEF e NEF

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    RogueAi : Sat 2nd Apr 2011 : 11 years ago

    Do you mean control voltages?

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    mrE : Sat 2nd Apr 2011 : 11 years ago

    its just like writing a resume , but obviously musically related

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    Metabolic : Sat 2nd Apr 2011 : 11 years ago

    ye CV means resume in england, best thing to do man, is go to connecxions they'll help as long as your 19 or under, ive searched the internet and theres no helpful info

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    Metabolic : Sat 2nd Apr 2011 : 11 years ago

    oh wait ur from the US you wont have a connecxions,

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    mrE : Sat 2nd Apr 2011 : 11 years ago

    heres a link dude
    http://www.ehow.com/how_6634626_write-music-cv.html

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    daydream2 : Sun 3rd Apr 2011 : 11 years ago

    Sorry guys, I was not thinking as usual. I was referring to control voltage, yes. To me it is like midi just without the hardware but it does strange things. sometimes when I plug in something (gate out) to something else (lfo in for example) , when I stop the initial seq from playing sound still comes out and does not stop until I unplug it. When that started happening I just started plugging things into the device that the sound is originally being generated from. So that is what I gathered this far. I understand that it has something to do with wave shaping to shape the new devices shape, but Im not to sure where to go from there. This is the part I was trying to discuss. Next time I post I will try to be more clear. Thank you.

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