Moog Prodigy VCO
sscprick at horus.sara.nl
Mon Aug 7 09:53:05 CEST 1995
In message <Pine.OSF.3.91.950806091955.29366D-100000 at gonzo.wolfe.net> you wri
> Are there any people on this list who are familiar with the Moog
> Prodigy? I'd like to hear any feedback on how stable it's vcos are.
> I'm bringing this up because I've been looking at Rick Jansen's vco
> design, which seems to be a mix of the prodigy and the national oscillators
> Is it really necessary to add all of the tempco stuff from the national
> design when you can do without it?
The Prodigy VCOs *are* temperature stabilized basically like the AN-299
VCO. They also use a 3046 array which is temperature controlled.
> I like the vco design, I guess I'm just too lazy to order some of those
> funky diodes the circuit uses.
The LM329 is a common voltage reference, and the thing that *makes* the
rick at sara.nl http://www.sara.nl/Rick.Jansen
S&H's a module and s&h's looking good
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