Divkid has returned to his youtube channel; with an excellent introduction to logic in Eurorack - demonstrating the difference between AND, NAND, OR, XOR, XNOR and NOT gates. He demos each gate type with practical and musical examples while demoing the eas Eurorack module. Here's what he has to say:
Logic can be such a great problem solver for a Eurorack system that I jumped at the chance to make this video - a hybrid of demoing a specific Eurorack module but also making something that can serve as a tutorial for the use of logic gates anywhere you may find them, in any format. We'll be turning basic clocks into melodies, making unique beats from simple gate sources, syncing up sloppy playing, processing audio with CMOS style ring modulation, creating possibly the greatest gated fuzz fx and plenty more.
He's added a timing index so you can skip around and the find the section you need to see. However, I recommend you make a cup of tea and sit back to watch the whole thing.
You'll find more info on the eas Logic Module here: https://www.instruomodular.com/product/eas/
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