|D o e p f e r||A - 100|
|A-185 (CV Out) <=> A-170 (In)
A-170 (Out) <=> A-120 (CV 1)
A-176 (CV 2) <=> A-130 (CV 1)
A-147 (Sine) <=> A-130 (Audio In 1)
A-130 (Audio Out) <=> A-120 (CV 2)
A-120 (Audio Out) <=> A-116 (Audio In)
A-116 (Audio Out) <=> A-125 (Audio In)
A-176 (CV 1) <=> A-125 (CV)
A-125 (Audio Out) <=> A-128 (Audio In)
A-128 (Audio Out) <=> Amplifier
|A-120 (Freq = 2.8, CV 2= 1.5, Lev
= 9.8, Res = 10)
A-116 (Lev = 8, Clip Level = 6, Sym = 2.5)
A-125 (Level = 10, Shift = 4.8, CV = 4.8, Res = 10, Mix = 10)
A-128 (All at 0, except: 750 = 10, 1100 = 4.1)
A-170 (Time = 4)
A-147 (Freq = 6.4)
A-176 (CV 1 = 1, Fine = 6, CV 2 = 1.5, Fine = 0)
A-130 (Gain = 0, Audio In 1 = 10, Audio Out = 10)
|LP filter generates sine, which is "dirtied"
by A-116 Wave Processor. Sound is then shaped by phase shifter and filter
bank to get "Ah" formants. CV source controls "Ah" sound plus vibrato.
VCA is used on vibrato as a gate to get finer control. Vary CV1 to get
the best "Ah."
Note: There is no final VCA in this loop, so sound is always on.
Voice is centered around C2 on keyboard. Range is G1-A2.
|John A. Mitchell, April 2001|
|Neverglades (cutting out)|
|Woman's Voice (with reverb)|