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Midi/cv converter(apogee ensemble from Logic) for new modular set up..? Modular Synthesizers
Old 3rd January 2011
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Midi/cv converter(apogee ensemble from Logic) for new modular set up..?

Just purchasing my first modules for a eurorack set up...
Want to run it from Logic via my mac...
I read about silent way, but not sure if it supports apogee ensemble, without es-1, and not really so into losing my audio outs from the apogee ensemble...
What are the best options (stability/flexibility etc) ?
Kenton pro 2000 ?
Kilpatrick or doepfer or mfb midi/cv converters ?
I have access to a future retro orb, if that would do the trick ??

Any advice gladly accepted..
Old 4th January 2011
Depends how many channels of midi>CV you want. I have a Kenton Pro Solo (1xCV, 1xAux, 1xTrig, 1xlfo) for simple patches and an Encore Expressionist (8x CV, 8xTrig, 4xlfo) for the more complex stuff. The nice thing about integrating midi and analog modular is the amount of control you have. Being able to program multiple sets of CVs and triggers allows you to create stuff you couldn't possibly play by hand.
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