eãs cascading logic module
Logic gates were originally used for the implementation of Boolean functions in computation and in electronic devices. These functions were performed on one or more binary inputs to create a single binary output.
In music synthesis, this concept can be appropriated for many things including the creation of interesting rhythmic patterns as well as patch-based problem solving.
eãs is the be all and end all of logic modules. Sporting all of the classic logic gate functions, it includes AND, NAND, OR, NOR, XOR, XNOR, and NOT.
Everything from syncopated rhythmic structures, to CMOS-style ring modulation, to creative solutions to your patch’s most glaring issues, eãs is there.
Logic, after all, is the beginning of wisdom, not the end of it.
eãs | noun (nature) a cascade of water falling from a height, formed when a river or stream flows over a precipice or steep incline.
- AND & NAND gate logic
- OR & NOR gate lojic
- XOR & XNOR gate logic
- NOT gate logic