[sdiy] multiplier questions/experiments AD633
tom at electricdruid.net
Wed Oct 27 19:00:27 CEST 2010
I haven't tried the AD633, but I'd imagine that most of those just sound "ring moddy", in the same way that there are many different ways to generate sounds that are "fm-y".
Also many raw synth waveforms are absolutely loaded with harmonics and will give extremely rich results with these types of functions. Have you tried feeding filtered waveforms in? You might find you can hear the differences better.
On 27 Oct 2010, at 16:24, dan snazelle wrote:
> so i setup some ad633 circuits this morning.
> Since the datasheet shows a bunch of ways to use the chip., I figured I would try the examples to see how many different things this chip can do.
> However, to my surprise, many of the circuits shown (squaring, doubling, inverse functions) don't really do that much to synth waveforms.
> (I went over my connections very carefully to make sure I had not hooked up anything wrong.)
> I was feeding the Ad633 with various waveforms.
> SO if anyone here has a lot of experience with multipliers or with the 633, I'd love to know if square root, division, etc circuits have a place in the synth world.
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