In general a DC-coupled audio interface is required to generate CV voltages.
Below you find a list of tested and untested DC-coupled audio interfaces.
If you do not have a audio interface listed below, you always can use a MIDI to CV converter or contact us for further solutions.
If you can confirm compatibility with any untested interface or with a not listed interface, please let us know, we appreciate any help!
|Expert Sleepers ES-3||ADAT Lightpipe to DC-coupled outputs||Tonko Sekulo|
|Expert Sleepers ES-8||Dumbledog|
|MOTU UltraLite MK3||Klangtueftler|
|RME Fireface 400||Only output 7/8 (Phones) is DC-coupled||Dialog Audio|
|RME Fireface UC / UCX||On these units only output 7/8 (Phones) are DC-coupled||Dialog Audio|
The following list of audio interfaces are DC-coupled and should be compatible, but are untested until now.
If you test one of these interfaces with the MP3244 or SQ4 please send us your results. Thanks!
|Apogee Symphony I/O|
|Lynx Aurora 8|
|Lynx Aurora 16|
|MOTU 828 / 828 MKII / 828 MKIII|
|MOTU 2408 MKII / 2408 MKIII|
|MOTU 24 I/O|
|RME Digiface||Only Phones output is DC-Coupled|
|Universal Audio Apollo Twin|
|Universal Audio Apollo 16|
It is important that you use appropriate cables to make connections between your audio interface and CV inputs!
Most audio interfaces are equipped with "Stereo" TRS jacks or XLR. Whereas CV inputs usually have "Mono" TS jacks.
In general we recommend standard Y-cables (usually they have the configuration shown in the simplified schematic) and can be used out of the box.
Y-cable stereo jack to two mono jacks configuration:
Alternatively you can purchase special designed cables from Expert Sleepers.