Not sure if this is possible- mixing voice cards on ambika

if you built an ambika with 5x SMR4 filters and one 2p multimode filter- could you reroute all 6 voices to go through the multimode filter as an option or could it only be used for that one voice. also- could you dedicate the single multimode filter for the audio input? another question: in this scenario, if you mostly wanted to use the the 5 voices of SMR4 filters would there always be the 2 pole showing up on your 6th voice, or could you just disable it to use the ambika as a 5 voice poly?

thanks and hope this isnt too confusing

Oh, your Ambika has an Audio Input??

Time for a bandanachart?

Even a BandanaChart could not make the Ambika accept Audio In…

It would at least make it very clear that it doesn’t have audio in…

> if you built an ambika with 5x SMR4 filters and one 2p multimode filter- could you reroute all 6 voices to go through the multimode filter as an option or could it only be used for that one voice.

1 voice = 1 pair of digital oscillators sent to 1 filter and 1 VCA.

You can’t get the signal of some voices to go through the filter of other voices. Routing several voices through a single filter is called paraphony and most of the times it sucks.

> also- could you dedicate the single multimode filter for the audio input?

Ambika has no audio inputs.

> another question: in this scenario, if you mostly wanted to use the the 5 voices of SMR4 filters would there always be the 2 pole showing up on your 6th voice, or could you just disable it to use the ambika as a 5 voice poly?

You can create a 5-voice part assigned to the 5 SMR4 cards and listening to MIDI channel 1 ; and an extra mono part using the SVF and listening on MIDI channel 2. So all notes sent to MIDI channel 1 will be played polyphonically on the SMR4 cards.

ah- got it… sorry for missinfo . appreciated