Mutated 4VCA pcb

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4VCA

WHO SAID YOU NEVER HAVE ENOUGH VCAS?

Veils provides four VCAs with an adjustable response curve.

Veils’ outputs are daisy-chained, allowing adjacent groups of 2, 3, or all 4 channels to be mixed together.

 

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0603 adaptation of MI Veils by Szabo Mate of Doboz.

four VCAs with an adjustable response curve.

4VCA’s outputs are daisy-chained, allowing adjacent groups of 2, 3, or all 4 channels to be mixed together.

Specifications

  • All inputs DC-coupled.
  • All inputs handle audio-rate signals.
  • Input impedance: 100k for all inputs.
  • Gain scale: a +5V CV translates to a gain of 1 (0dB), both in linear and in exponential mode.
  • Gain range: maximum gain of 2 (+6dB) in linear operation, 10 (+20dB) in exponential operation.

Original hardware design by:

Emilie Gillet

Hardware: cc-by-sa-3.0

 

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Description

The cornerstones of modular patches

VCAs are absolutely essential in a modular system, for example for:

  • Shaping the amplitude or timbre of a tone with an envelope.
  • Animating a mixture of several oscillators.
  • Controlling the amount of filter modulation with a random source or a touch controller.
  • Applying an envelope on the linear FM signal hitting an oscillator.

Specifications

  • All inputs DC-coupled.
  • All inputs handle audio-rate signals.
  • Input impedance: 100k for all inputs.
  • Gain scale: a +5V CV translates to a gain of 1 (0dB), both in linear and in exponential mode.
  • Large gains above +20dB (sufficient for amplifying line-level signals) achievable in exponential mode.

Additional information

Weight 25 g
Dimensions 107 × 60 × 2 mm
description

Synthesiser parts/components