Analogue cicuit designs
sscprick at horus.sara.nl
Tue Jul 25 23:09:34 CEST 1995
In message <199507250614.QAA04177 at online.tmx.com.au> you write:
> I have thought about building a modular analogue synth on an off for years,
> but the schematic diagrams always seem to have out of production chips or
> hard to get matched pair things. Hasn't analogue synth design matured
> enough that there are commonly available circuit diagrams using easy-to-get
> components? I would prefer 'perfect' designs (e.g. where all in and outs
> are DC -10 to +10) rather than quirky designs which are supposed to have
> character. (Sorry if I stepped on someone's favourite Roland box!).
Well, certain circuits rely on effects that may just work with small
signals, like a transistor is only linear in a small operating area.
Same goes for a FET or an OTA. So demanding 'perfect' designs is not
realistic. The world of electronics simply isn't perfect.
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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