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I guess I was saying that it was a really good idea, rather than a technical challenge.Yes, you could absolutely use a downloaded midi file and send it to the modular via a MIDI to CV converter.I'm taking nothing away from it- combining impressionist classical music with modular synths is one of those ideas that you wish you'd thought of- it is such an obviously good pairing and yet no one else thought of it. Really brilliant.Edit: I should explain what the two modules do.Mutable Instruments Clouds: This is a (now discontinued) granular module.It takes any incoming audio signal and slices the audio into pieces (called grains) which you can reassemble in interesting ways.Think of it as the audio equivalent of throwing a completed jigsaw up in the air and seeing how it lands.I use mine a lot for glitch effects on guitars.Mutable Instruments Rings: Hard top explain everything this does- it is a 'voltage controlled resonator' which basically says nothing about how it is used. In fact, watch this- it shows you the best features of the module:It is very common for Clouds and Rings to be combined so much so that there are several 'Clouds and Rings are for noobs' type memes on Muffwiggler and Synthesiser Freaks.