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Routing Example 3:
  • Mod A --> Osc A --> Filter B --> (Shaper) --> Filter A --> Output

As with example 2, we're only going to use Osc A as our source. Its activation switch is turned on.

We have turned on Mod A's activation switch, and we have turned up the rate and pitch knobs a bit (blue circle). Mod A is outputting a low-frequency sine wave, which by itself is not audible - but since its output is routed to Osc A (and Osc B, as indicated by the A/B switch at the right side of the Mod A section), it will give Osc A a bit of vibrato (blue arrow).

Unlike example 2, we are not going to send Osc A directly into the Shaper module. Instead, we send it to Filter B by turning on the lower routing switch of Osc A (white circle/arrow).

The activation switches for Filters A and B are turned on; also, the env switches for both filters are turned off (red circles).

We have turned on the routing switch for Filter B (violet circle) so that the signal is sent into the Shaper; as with example 2, the Shaper is turned off so it passes the signal directly to Filter A (violet arrow).

The output of Filter A goes out to the Volume/Shaper section and out the back of the Malström's hardware outputs.

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