The concept behind the morph controller is that a series of 4 overlapping triangular envelopes are generated from an input CV (plus manual offset), meaning that it can be used with a quad vca (such as the qvca) to fade across four audio sources. As it was originally thought of as a companion to the qvca, the moco also has a simple 4:1 audio mixer for recombining the four outputs, saving the use of a separate mixer module.
Module power consumption: 20mA
When an output is not active, it's level is 0V. The maximum voltage is around 4.5V when it is that output being active on its own.
The markings to left of the outputs give a graphic representation of this delay/pattern.
This module is based on the Doepfer A-144 (now discontinued) whose page can be found here. This page has a users manual in English or German which is very detailed and useful.
Wonkystuff have an excellent introductory video to this module:-
Though the video demonstrates the CV input with an LFO, the use of an envelope to mix your audio signals can mean you can have some superb sonic changes consistently on each key press/activation, not necessarily needing a filter... For this, the Tangible Waves 4VCA module is excellent due to having the mix outputs.
As almost demonstrated in the video, you can produce a 2, 3 or 4 step beat/pulse with this module and an LFO. This is shown is mixing VCOs but these CVs could go to "mix" other sounds, raise a filter cutoff, go to an envelope module (ADSR could be interesting) and anywhere else you can think of to send a CV...
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