12 HP
65 mm deep
Current Draw
24 mA +12V
24 mA -12V
0 mA 5V
$212 Price in €

This Module is currently available.


Flexible ADSR envelope with voltage control of decay and release times. Interesting hold and repeat functions turn the envelope into a LFO with gating functions. Among the ADSRs the RS-60N module still is among the most versatile, natural sounding and highly recommended!

Thanks to a new front panel and bus concept, this version of the RS-60 is fully compatible to Doepfer-style Eurorack systems.

Classic ADSR type envelope generator. Decay and release times can be voltage controlled via a common input for positive CVs between 0 and +10V. Time ranges of the segments: Attack: 0,5mS to 10S; Decay: 2,5mS to 20S; Release: 2,5mS to 20S.

Two switches affect the behaviour of the RS-60N in nine different ways:

STD/STD: Normal ADSR mode. A gate triggers and holds the envelope up to the release phase.
HOLD/STD: hold will hold the envelope at sustain level. Signals in the gate input have no effect. A signal at the Trig/Retrig-In restarts the AD phase and keeps the envelope at sustain level until the next trigger.
ONESHOT/STD: Press the switch into oneshot position and you´ll fire the envelope once. trigger signals at the Trig-Retrig-In will restart th envelope only when one-shot switch is pressed.
HOLD / GATED REPEAT and HOLD / AUTO REPEAT have the same effect. Attack and decay phases will be repeated and the module acts as a LFO. Rate is dependent on the A/D times and range from 0.003Hz to 300Hz. A gate at the Trig-Retrig-In holds the signal at +10V, without gate the LFO continues cycling.
STD / GATED REPEAT: The envelope will only be looped when a gate signal is present at the Gate-Trig-in
STD / AUTO REPEAT: A gate at the Trig-Retrig-In holds the signal at +10V, without gate the LFO continues cycling.
ONE SHOT / GATED REPEAT and ONE SHOT / AUTO REPEAT have the same effect. the one-shot switch generates a gate and fires the envelope. A gate at the Gate-Trig-in will hold the envelope at +10V, without gate the envelope will be looped.

The envelope signal is present at two outputs A and B and it´s level can be controlled and inverted with a potentiometer.

Similar to Make Noise´s Maths you can influence the curve of the envelope by feedbacking it: connect the positive output with the CV input for decay/release; the stronger the modulation the shorter, more exponential and punchy the envelope gets.

Trig/Retrig input, Gate/Trig input
CV input for controlling the decay and release times

Envelope outputs A and B


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submitted Jun 18th 2019, 02:52 by Lugia | last Change Mar 26th 2020, 12:59 by motorhead412

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