?1/volt oct to linear?

Ric rmiller at magic.mb.ca
Sat Oct 28 08:52:00 CET 1995

>From: EDISON <edison at america.net>
>I would like to be able to use a Yamaha CS-15 with a mpu-101 midi to c.v 
>converter, I built a trigger converter using a relay(Is their a less 
>barbaric way) but need to convert 1/volt octave to linear response.
>Can this be done? I can't find any info on it.

With a relay???  WOW!  <Clap clap clap>  Great innovation!  I haven't heard 
of anything like that since setting up a 'memory bank' for a modular synth, 
using relays, in a 197?'s edition of Electronotes!

Otherwise, for your other intended conversion .... nothing easy.  You'll 
have to build a converter for that, and not knowing for sure how, I know 
you'll need a tempco resistor and matched transistor pair, for sure.  :/  
The former is the more difficult to get.  Not impossible, just difficult.


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