The Q111 Pan/Fade module can pan an input signal between two outputs,
or fade an output signal between two inputs.
For example: Pan mode would allow a single input signal to be routed to one of two
Fade mode allows an output to fade from one of two input signals.
Both Pan and Fade modes allow both manual and voltage control.
Controls and Connectors
Allows manual control of the Pan or Fade action.
Selects between Pan or Fade mode.
Voltage control of Pan or Fade action.
This signal is mixed with the manual Initial control setting.
Input signal(s) to be Panned or Faded. See drawing below.
Output signal(s) to be Panned or Faded. See drawing below.
Panel Size: Single width 2.125"w x 8.75"h.
Signal Levels: 10V PP maximum
Power: +15V@30ma, -15V@30ma
Usage and Patch Tips
Pan Mode Basics
Input #2 is not used in Pan mode. Put an input signal into the Input #1 connector. The combination of the control voltage input and the Initial Control setting will determine how much of the input signal will be routed to each of the outputs. To pan a signal back and forth between the outputs, set the Initial Control to 0, and patch a +/-5volt sine wave from an oscillator to the Control Input connector.
Fade Mode Basics
Output #2 is not used in Fade mode. Put signals into both input connectors. The combination of the control voltage input and the Initial Control setting will determine how much of which input signal will be routed to the output. To fade a signal back and forth between the inputs, set the Initial Control to 0, and patch a +/-5volt sine wave from an oscillator to the Control Input connector.
By using a square wave as the control signal, a voltage controlled switch can be created.
In Pan mode (1 input, 2 outputs), Output #2 is inverted.
In Fade mode (2 inputs, 1 output), Input #2 is inverted.
This may or may not be an issue depending on your use.
Use a Q125 signal processor to invert the signal back to its original polarity if needed.
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