It is based on the 4019 sub-module which is found in the classic 2600 semi-modular synthesiser.
This is a high quality single channel voltage controlled amplifier designed around an all discrete transistor core. It is based on the 4019 sub-module which is found in the classic 2600 semi-modular synthesiser.
Two signal inputs are provided, one DC coupled and the other AC coupled. The former allows audio and low frequency signals to be processed. While the latter provides a DC block to process only alternating frequencies. Both inputs can be used simultaneously and each one features an input level control.
The unit features both linear and exponential control voltage (CV) inputs. Both can be used together or individually.
A gain control is also available to provide a fixed bias to set the initial gain of the VCA. This way a negatively going CV can reduce the overall gain of the VCA. The gain pot can also be used a volume control.
Current draw with a +/-12V supply is around +/-20mA with no output signal. A standard eurorack power header is provided on the board.
Purchase link: http://www.krisp1.com/store/index.php?mainpage=productinfo&cPath=5&products_id=63
Available as an assembled Module and as a DIY project.
This Module is currently available.$163 Price in € submitted Oct 13th 2012, 16:58 by steffensen | last Change May 12th 2018, 00:00 by bassnode
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