diff between the two stepped outputs, one seems to have a much bigger
effect than the other?
you're speaking of the
differential Sample and Hold circuit which is applied to each pair of
barres. It actually does Sample and Hold twice, for two barres,
-when A is greater than B, trigger a step sample of B
-when B is greater than A, trigger a step sample of A
Thus, making these work is all about your technique of approaching the
pairs of barres. If you find that inward, palm-style pressure
changes one of the stepped outputs, then you will find that a different
kind of pressure, called "outward pressure" will affect the other one
greater. This is accomplished by tapping the barres, either ping
pong or at the same time, which is like a short inward spike and then a
long outward decay, which comes accross (in Calculus) as more area
underneathe the outward decay, thus "outward pressure".
Experiment with different ways of playing the barres, trying to create
differential articulations, and you will find that these "stepped
outputs" really come to life.
-is there a
way (or easyish mod) to bring down the input levels to the stuber when
putting cocosquares to the brass screws, as with touch-playing?