Selig Gain is a simple to use Rack Extension for gain control of audio and CV signals. It functions as a classic VCA, or as a handy volume control complete with Peak Hold meter, mute, and panning. Use it to measure and adjust levels anywhere in your signal path. Also includes: mono, polarity invert, and independent left/right pan controls with selectable pan law, and of course there is full CV I/O on the back panel. Think of it as a portable gain stage for Reason’s Rack - use it anywhere you like!
Gain Stage for audio and CV signals, with front panel fader and back panel CV control.
Two fader modes, VCA and Trim. VCA mode is unipolar, and ranges from unity gain down to “off”. Trim is bipolar and gives you ± 24 dB of gain with 0.1 dB precision.
Independent pan knobs for left and right channels.
Pan laws: 0 dB linear, -3 dB linear, cosine and square root, -4.5 dB linear, cosine and square root, - 6 dB linear and cosine.
Additional features include a mono function, polarity invert, and a Peak Hold meter with Auto Reset option which resets after 3 seconds or whenever the fader is adjusted.
Ultra low CPU hit, use Selig Gain freely throughout your song file!
Bonus features: the Fader and Pan functions include CV outputs that correspond to the current front panel mode. The Fader CV will be unipolar in VCA mode, and bipolar in Trim mode, while the Pan CV outputs provide a signal that corresponds to the selected pan law. Inverted outputs are provided.
Most parameters can be viewed and controlled while the device is folded for minimal rack intrusion.
v1.2.0: released Jul 3, 2014
v1.2.2: released Nov 12, 2014 (efficiency improvements)
v1.2.3: released Oct 9, 2015 (Auto Fade bug fix)
v1.2.4: released Oct 14, 2015 (fixes crash on Windows)