[sdiy] Time-varying all-pass filters
ulfurh at gmail.com
Thu Jan 6 22:58:09 CET 2022
i have had amazing results with openmusiclabs sinecore design. I've changed
it a lot for my own personal needs, but the basic circuit is all there and
presented in a very informative way :) recommend checking it out!!
fim., 6. jan. 2022 kl. 14:16 skrifaði Rutger Vlek via Synth-diy <
synth-diy at synth-diy.org>:
> Hi Neil,
> Yes that schematic on page 22 describes very well what I'm doing, but
> with an audio rate modulation signal added to the tracking cv of the all
> pass filter. The problem occurs when input signal peaks and is added to
> twice the output signal of the low pass filter when IT peaks. That can
> happen when receiving a sudden change in the modulation CV.
> Op do 6 jan. 2022 13:08 schreef Neil Johnson <neil.johnson71 at gmail.com>:
>> Hi Rutger,
>> > Then it occurred to me that, assuming the input is a sine wave, a phase
>> shifted version up to 180 degrees could be obtained from modulating an
>> all-pass filter that is also tracking along with the pitch of the
>> See page 22:
>> Implementation here:
>> That was modulated at a slow (manual) rate, so no idea what it does at
>> faster rates. Interesting question though....
>> > ps. Happy healthy new year!
>> Happy new year to you too!
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