I have a couple of questions out of curiosity. Right now I’m exploring the possibilty to mangle modulations like lfo’s envelopes and so on with fx modules, like the beads.
First am I right to assume, that the inputs and outputs are not dc coupled?
Second, could it be possible if I insert a non audible (for example 2 Hz) LFO into the Beads, that the wavetable osc bleeds through? Because I get the LFO out the output (a bit mangled, like when I insert an sine i get something more like sawish output, maybe because of the preamp or limiting circuit) but as well I can here sounds on my speakers. Like really quiet but aubible. Sounds a bit like wavetable and seems to follow the lfo as well. Hard to describe. Could it be that because it is dc voltage that beads thinks that nothing is at the input? But then the wavetable osc should be normale volume. Hard to get my head around what’s happening.
And third, is it possible to mangle the code (if it’s released some day) to code around that? That it can detect dc voltages? I guess no if the inputs are not dc coupled, but what I don’t undrrstand is that sometimes it workes that I can delay and granulize the lfo or envelope, not in a way I expect (tried with 4ms dual looping delay in dc coupled mode and vcv rack) but it seems to do something.
Sorry for the maybe confusing post and that I’m not fond of techbical aspects like how dc and ac coupling really works, but maybe you can help me to understand everything better.
Thanks in advance, I hope to don’t waste your time