The Voltage Circus consists of two rows of 3 voltage inputs and outputs that can be chained together. Voltages can be added , subtracted or offset per channel. The inputs and outputs are buffered and can be connected with shorting bars. A switch limits each rom to provide 100% or 33% to the mixer channel to make subtraction possible or prevent clipping.
One use of the hVC is for example transposing of sequences, adding subtle animation to pitch signals or mix wild CVs to provide complex noise sources