HJ2743 at denbgm3xm.scnn1.msmgate.m30x.nbg.scn.de
Thu Jan 18 23:20:00 CET 1996
> what might be called a slope sequencer: a sequencer programmed to put
> out a sequence of, not levels, but slopes. Such a sequencer in and of
> itself seems like it'd be a nifty module.
Instead of clocking it (like a sequencer), use a continuous CV to sweep
between the "corner points" and do a linear interpolation. I called the
whole thing "Interpolating Scanner", and it works independent of frequency,
from dc to audio rate (also nice for VCO waveshaping).
Posted details about this one before, but it has been some time ago.
I do CV tracking stuff with mine all the time.
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