Poly Switchboard

The Poly Switchboard is a tool for toggling polyphonic signal flows, turning connections on and off via on-board buttons or with incoming gate signals. It’s a great way to dynamically switch and combine signal paths, to A-B different effects chains (and also CDEFG), to sequence alterations in connectivity, and bring out a little extra experimentation in polyphonic routing. In addition, it’s mono mode (perhaps confusingly named) creates a prioritization hierarchy, exclusively allowing connectivity to only the bottom-most (lowest on the module interface) active polyphonic switch, which means you could perform connectivity changes analogously to how you would play a monophonic melody.