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  1. Andrew
  2. Sherlock Holmes The Voice
  3. MODX Series Synthesizers
  4. Wednesday, 30 June 2021
A while back, someone suggested sending the audio out of the MODX and back through it to gain access to the Audio in processing before outputting the composited whole.

I don't recall how this was done.

However... how could a pedal effects unit be put into this cycle?

Is it even possible?

In this particular case, the "pedal" is the Korg NTS-1.
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To insert the Korg into an effects loop, you'll plug the incoming audio to the NTS-1's "Audio In" jack in the back and then route the output of the NTS-1 out the headphone jack in the front. You'll need to set the volume low and adjust. There's no line out - so you have to be careful and cheat.

If you don't have them, you'll need to get cables that interface with the connector types on the NTS-1.

Given this is a DIY kit - you should have gory details about the connectors (stereo vs mono, dimensions, etc).
  1. more than a month ago
  2. MODX Series Synthesizers
  3. # 1
Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
To insert the Korg into an effects loop, you'll plug the incoming audio to the NTS-1's "Audio In" jack in the back and then route the output of the NTS-1 out the headphone jack in the front. You'll need to set the volume low and adjust. There's no line out - so you have to be careful and cheat.

If you don't have them, you'll need to get cables that interface with the connector types on the NTS-1.

Given this is a DIY kit - you should have gory details about the connectors (stereo vs mono, dimensions, etc).


Perhaps I'm missing something... but it seems, to me, impossible to send out of the MODX, through the NTS-1, and then back into the MODX, and then out of the MODX to speakers.
  1. more than a month ago
  2. MODX Series Synthesizers
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