[Pd] Pd to CV for a Moog (OT)

Kyle Klipowicz kyleklip at gmail.com
Tue Sep 12 00:49:49 CEST 2006

You could maybe use the Arduino interface for this, but I know jack
squat about the Arduino right now.  Has anyone done this?


On 9/11/06, Chuckk Hubbard <badmuthahubbard at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm writing a proposal for independent study at my school, and my goal
> is to take a few lessons in tuning from this microtonal composer,
> compose a piece using my Pd sequencer, and somehow use the output to
> drive the newly refurbished Moog at my school (supposedly one of the
> first 5 Moogs ever made) to create a finished track.
> MIDI-to-CV converters are expensive, and of course MIDI is already
> inadequate.  So I'm thinking of circuits I've looked at before and
> wondering if plain old audio from [sig~] objects could be made to
> represent voltage, from -1 to 1, or 0 to 1 with -1 being off, and
> externally converted to the proper scale for CV input to the Moog.
> The music tech supervisor has added a module that makes the thing
> polyphonic, which I suppose I'll have to understand to do it.
> I guess my other option is to just use audio output, and process it
> through the Moog's modules.
> Can anyone make any suggestions?  How can one interface between Pd and
> control voltage?  Could I jury-rig regular audio output to do it?
> Thanks.
> -Chuckk
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