Quad Switch is a switch module with four independent switch pairs that change connection ON / OFF depending on the size of the input CV. It can be used in various ways depending on the idea, such as patching that automatically changes according to voltage movement, audio cut-up generation, and switching the sequence source and destination. The CV input also works at audio rates, so it can also be used for oscillator wave shaping.
There are two switches on each channel, with a common CV input that controls their connection. When CV is 2V (or no patch), the upper switch is disconnected and the lower switch is connected. The upper switch switches to disconnect when CV exceeds 0V, and the lower switch switches to disconnect when CV exceeds 2V. Therefore, both upper and lower switches are disconnected only when CV is 3.9V to 3.4V.
The CV input is also internally connected to the CV input of the next channel, so if you patch CV only to CH1, you can control switching of all CH1 to CH4 with that CV. If you also patch CH3, CH2 will be routed to CH1 and CH4 will be routed to CH3.
In addition, the left two jacks of each channel are internally connected, and this internal connection can be broken by patching the lower left jack.
Due to internal wiring, each channel can be patched as follows.
1 input 2 outputs: The input is patched to the upper left side, nothing is patched to the lower stage, and the output is patched to the upper and lower stages on the right side. This will route or mute one input signal to two output destinations
2 input 1 outputs: The output is patched to the upper left side, nothing is patched to the lower stage, and the input is patched to the upper and lower stages on the right side. This will switch or mute the signal sent to one output between the two inputs.
2 input 2 outputs: Patch 2 inputs to the left and 2 outputs to the right. (It can be reversed left and right). This will switch the input and output simultaneously, or disconnect both.