Anushri: what not to do?
  • Hi all, and Pichenette too…
    Excuse my poor english and noob question.
    Soon, I will want a second Anushri for experimenting with modular jacks.
    I’m imagining a lots of things to do.
    I want to know, is there some sorts of connections we must avoid at jackings the modulating possibilities
    or if we can do whatever we want?
    I don’t know if my question is clear…:)


  • you have to make connections only between in and out jacks i think.

  • No there is not much you can break by making connections, at least I haven’t broken anything so far and I’ve tried most combinations :) Patching two Anushris together does not make much sense though, The problem is the Anushri won’t output much modulation CVs, and that’s the interesting part… you need a modular setup, some Sequencers LFOs and EGs and then things get interesting! :)

  • thanks rumpelfilter,
    I,Ve got more things to think now!
    But at least, two Anushri in midi, makes a more fat and amusing mono synth…


  • Oh yeah that’s of course a good reason! you can also cascade them, routing the audio out from one to the other and turn the 12db filter into a 24db one :)

  • yeah…. good!
    But I wonder, if you take two Anushri, the first with a 32 step seq and the other with say 24 steps seq, How can I sync thems to do complex seq. More by midi or more by jackings theirs gates, clocks and CVs?

  • if you just want them to go in sync I think it’s the same with either MIDI sync or GATE sync.

  • I have just a last question:
    Do you think we can do with anushris what we can do with shrutis,
    I mean, link to shrutis to do two notes polyphony?
    Or maybe it’s possible to do that with two anushris and a midipal?


  • Anushri doesn’t support “polychaining”. If you want to do that, you need the MIDIpal.

  • thanks Olivier
    anyway, soon I will need a midipal for my others synths


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