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has anyone tried using the RC output to an op amp for more control? I imagine you could amplify the pitch CV to track more octaves and bias the op amp to get -5 to +5 volts for your after-touch or pitch-bend (given a bigger power supply and a virtual ground circuit.. or housing the thing in a eurorack with its own +/-12v as I'd like to do). Any thoughts about this? Would it work you think?Fantastic tutorial by the way!! I'm hoping I'll be able to expand this to a 4 voice setup... No idea if it'll run fast enough for all those outputs though
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