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The Spider CV Merger & Splitter > The Spider CV Merger & Splitter - Pg. 333

The Spider CV Merger & Splitter serves two purposes: It merges four separate CV outputs from other Reason devices into one master CV output. It splits CV or Gate inputs into several outputs. Next, take a look at a couple of examples for effectively using the merging and splitting functions of this wonder. First, try the following exercise to learn how to merge: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Start a new Reason song and load it with reMix, Redrum, the ECF-42, and a Spider CV Merger & Splitter. Write in a Redrum pattern using four different drum sounds (such as kick, snare, hi-hat, and cymbal). Press the Tab key. Route the audio outputs of Redrum to the ECF-42, and route the outputs of the ECF-42 to reMix. Route the Redrum channel Gate outputs that have pattern data written on them to the inputs on the Merger section of the Spider (see Figure 14.31). Route the merged output to the Envelope Gate input of the ECF-42. Press the Tab key. Select the Low Pass 24dB filter mode and set the ECF-42 parameters to the