not a bad idea none the less… one thing I had thought about was a swinging clock. There seems to be little in the eurorack way to introduce a swing to a clock without a lot of work. Currently I use an iphone app or an external sequencer.
The trigger could be used to translate a swing, then you could also have a hold and scale intervals into it in 4 pot mode.
1: swing - (sensible amounts like- 15)
2: pulse rests, as in scale the rest into the detected gate length: – -- – -- > - - - - (great for hats from envelope less modules like tides etc)
3: proportion of every 1/4th gate against the 4 1:1 > 4 un-proportional in the swing.
4: clock division. ( I use a channel on maths for this as it seems like clock dividers are very expensive in relative terms ) This super secret mode would mean both outs are controlled by the one 4 channel mode. so you can get boom chika chika chicka boom with a peaks and 2 vco’s.
Actually now I think about it this plus 3 more simple things utilising the 2 outs as a single master strip … Memory wise, possible? Peaks isn’t at breaking point like braids in terms of the footprint left is it?
If not, BennelongBicyclist … I think I have a plan as to what to start playing with.
Peaks mode other.
1: swing clock mode
2: dual noise which can be quanta clocked or random with a pseudo filter for the random.
3: fighting clocks. master clock mode. (why use a VCO as a clock!) think a digital wogglebug of sorts nice clean output and 1 with influence against it by the 2 triggers.
4: dual clock divider. uses 1 in. second can be used to POP a division up and down to to the secondary value set to create a weird rhythmical messes.
I’d be happy to loose the sample and the morse code gen for these. Mainly because I could then remove theanalog solutions lfo I have for nothing other than a master clock at last.