I’m currently debating between two possible ends to my control skiff, with slight differences between them:
Option one keeps my Walk in the skiff, which leaves room for an Intellijel 2HP buffered mult, which I’m thinking of getting just to avoid any potential voltage droop that could occur when multing René’s CV outs into Vector Space’s CV ins while also making René’s CV outs available for the various 1v/oct inputs in my system. Intellijel’s Buff Mult is not ideal, as I’d really like something with three inputs and two multed outputs for each input (kind of like Olympia Noise Co.'s TUNNEL mults, but smaller for this scenario), so I may have to cook something up myself at some point.
Option two would remove Walk from my skiff, which would probably require me to get a 20HP 4ms Pod or something similar to house it, and would leave me with just enough space to spare for Noise Engineering’s Extra Mullet buffered multiples with the added bonus of seven summed outputs. If I go this route, I would always have the option to take one of René’s three gate outputs and throw it into the fourth input, which could combine gate and CV signals in the summed outputs for some interesting variations. Those summed outputs along with Vector Space’s seventeen inter-related CV outputs would give me a total of twenty-four variable options to choose from in the 26HP of space they’d occupy together.