This module provides three useful voltage processing utilities that are handy in more “experimental” patches.

The top one converts a V/Bar signal into a gate if the V/Bar signal is greater than or equal to one volt. In other words if the V/Bar signal is sufficient to switch on a sequencer. The main use for this utility is for adapting the outputs of Time Splitter modules so that they can trigger such things as envelope generators or voltage controlled switches.

The middle one maps a standard bipolar signal that ranges between -5 volts and +5 volts into the 1 volt to 2 volts range. This enables the outputs of LFOs and audio frequency oscillators to drive Adroit sequencers. Opening up interesting possibilities for arbitrary shaped waveforms.

The lower one maps a standard unipolar signal that ranges between 0 volts and +5 volts into the 1 volt to 2 volts range. This enables things like envelope generators to drive Adroit sequencers.

The Time Flow Changer module can be used to scale up the V/Bar signals from the lower two utilities in order to drive Time Splitters – opening up even more possibilities.