I feel in the spirit of plug anything almost anywhere vibe in the eurorack
world you should sample at audio rate whatever control signals if you are
able to use that rate. If you can't there's no point I guess..

Maybe have a look at mutable instruments code on github and see how he
samples control cv. I know some of his earlier modules lacked a bit cpu
power so he may have reduced sampling but I can't recall right now.


On Fri, Dec 15, 2017, 21:16 Brian Willoughby, <bri...@audiobanshee.com>

> I believe that the OP was primarily interested in Euro signals, not power.
> That said, ...
> Boxed headers are NOT foolproof. Ribbon cables can be assembled with more
> than one keying convention, and manufacturers cannot rely upon customers
> always using the provided cables or compatible ones. In other words, it’s
> entirely possible for an end user to connect the *wrong* keyed ribbon to a
> boxed header and still relieve the module of its magic smoke. There is at
> least one module manufacturer who designs and supplies keyed ribbons that
> are exactly opposite of the prevailing convention, and thus users are at
> risk of fatal module failures.
> The impetus is *always* upon the user to check all polarities for power
> before connecting modules to their rack.
> If you read between the lines in Dieter Doepfer’s manifesto against keyed
> headers, I believe this is exactly what he is getting at.
> Brian Willoughby
> Sound Consulting
> On Nov 14, 2017, at 12:42 PM, Laurie <elby_desi...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> > Diode drops are not acceptable and a reversed diode needs to be rated to
> several amps at least.
> > For probably less than a couple of cents extra use BOXED HEADERS!!!!!!
> >
> > -------- Forwarded Message --------
> > Subject:      Re: [music-dsp] [dumb question] do Eurorack audio and CV
> signals use the same connectors?
> > Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2017 17:10:46 +0100
> >
> > Be aware of the power supply stuff. The connector can be reversed, which
> may lead to unwanted escape of holy smoke or similar uncontained engine
> failures. Protection diodes to avoid wrong polarisation make sense, if the
> voltage drop across them is acceptable.
> >
> > Steffan
> >
> > On 14.11.2017|KW46, at 16:37, Vladimir Pantelic <vlado...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >> for completeness' sake this applies to power connections too ;)
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