While playing around with the ARP module the other day, I realised that the arpeggiator picks a value from its input as the starting point to step through its arpeggiator steps until it gets told to look at its input again and pick a new input value. It dawned on me that that is very similar to how a sample & hold works. When leaving the Step value to 0, the Length to 1 and hooking up a random input, the ARP works as a sample and hold.
In the attached preset, the elements on Page 1 provide the Sample & Hold circuit and the elements on Page 2 generate sound to demonstrate the S&H (S&H drives LFO Pitch through MTQ).
In the S&H circuit the random input is provided by the NOI(se) module and the gate/clock by a square wave LFO.
160.SampleAndHold.zip (6.1 KB)