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The Make Noise 0-Coast maintains the same MIDI jack configuration as the Korg SQ-1. As a result, one can connect the two via MIDI by simply connecting a 3.5mm TRS Aux cord. This frees up the CV outputs for other modulation duties.

Here the CV/Gate are being used to modulate the MF Delay time and rate of the 0-C Slope. Also highlighted is the function of the Voltage Math section on the 0-C for CV attenuation and mixing duties summing the SQ-1 CV and 0-C Stepped Random Voltage. Modulating the Time on the MF Delay can result in wild flanging and mutated pitch modulation effects.

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