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*Oakley [http://www.oakleysound.com/vc-adsr.htm Voltage Controlled ADSR and VCA module]
 
*Oakley [http://www.oakleysound.com/vc-adsr.htm Voltage Controlled ADSR and VCA module]
 
=== Schematics ===
 
=== Schematics ===
''See also [[List of schematics]]''
 
 
*Digisound 80 [http://www.digisound80.co.uk/digisound/modules/80-10/80-10.htm 80-10 Voltage Controlled Envelope Generator], [[CEM3310]] based. ''Electronic Music Circuits'' by [[Barry Klein]] p. 62-3 includes [[Charles Blakey]]'s independent trigger input modification.
 
*Digisound 80 [http://www.digisound80.co.uk/digisound/modules/80-10/80-10.htm 80-10 Voltage Controlled Envelope Generator], [[CEM3310]] based. ''Electronic Music Circuits'' by [[Barry Klein]] p. 62-3 includes [[Charles Blakey]]'s independent trigger input modification.
 
*Digisound 80 [http://www.digisound80.co.uk/digisound/modules/80-8/80-8.htm 80-8 Dual ADSR], CEM3310 based
 
*Digisound 80 [http://www.digisound80.co.uk/digisound/modules/80-8/80-8.htm 80-8 Dual ADSR], CEM3310 based

Revision as of 19:09, 23 January 2013

An envelope generator is a device that produces an envelope voltage. When it controls a VCA these together form an envelope shaper.[1]

AD envelope generator

The envelope generator is usually triggered by a gate signal from the keyboard.[2]

References

  1. ^ Synthesizers for musicians by R A Penfold, PC Publishing, 1989, ISBN 1870775015, p.21
  2. ^ Synthesizers.com Q109 Envelope Generator

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Kits

Schematics