You can get knob and CV values with a 'receive' object:
r Channel-X, where X is the parameter name, ie Channel-A to Channel-E for the inputs on the Wizard.
On the Wizard, when you use the two CV inputs A and B, they are attenuated with the knobs A and B. This means you can set the amount of modulation over CV. The patch simply receives a parameter value, which may be from the knob position, CV or both.
All parameter values, inputs and outputs, are between 0.0 (inclusive) and 1.0 (exclusive). Triggers are high iff the value is greater than 0.5.
For trigger inputs you can currently use the OWL naming which is
r Channel-Push for trigger A. To set the output trigger use a 'send' with the same name:
We need to update this scheme to support the full set of buttons on the Wizard, and the CV outputs. A pre-release version will be deployed on our staging website soon which also offers full support for
ctlin/out and more.