Offsetting is offsetting. That's a Transformation. Simple HS Maths. Converting is not.
And, my image is just an example.
Rectification is a bit more complicated, as I'm sure you are aware - and is loosely used here. I prefer Converting, as in OP.
- But, CANCELLING the negative side - or the opposite POLE is the objective... at least, my Objective.
Offsetting.. then scaling, then offsetting, then scaling some more... then scaling, then offsetting, then scaling some more....
Little IO is is an elegant solution for BI- to UNI switching (A/B RE)
"Offsetting.. then scaling, then offsetting, then scaling some more..." is not so Graceful. And, are you at Zero, really?
I'm Good now on Reason's limitations and capabilities where this is concerned.
Thank goodness for Eurorack.
selig wrote: ↑
30 Aug 2019
Offsetting is half the conversion from uni to bi, scaling (mult x2) is the other. Offsetting alone gives a bi polar signal at half the full -1 to +1 level. BUT, if the original unipolar CV was “hot” enough, you can offset to get a usable bi polar signal.
BTW, your graphic shows bi to rectified, and we’re talking uni to bi - or is that graphic showing something else?