don at till.com
Thu Mar 28 23:17:30 CET 1996
Date: Thu, 28 Mar 1996 12:33:24 +0000 ()
From: "J.D. McEachin" <jdm at synthcom.com>
On Thu, 28 Mar 1996, Haible_Juergen#Tel2743 wrote:
> - If memory serves, some opamp functions are implemented with CMOS
> inverters and feedback. (even in the filter!)
This is one of those low-cost tricks that are detailed in ElectroNotes.
Seems you can get 6 decent quality op-amps for cheap this way, but it's
not very versatile.
Except for the "decent quality" part -- they're pretty noisy.
And they're not really opamps since they just have one (inverting)
They have been used for several tubey sounding fuzz circuits since
their overload characteristics are kind'a gentle. (The Anderton
"tube" fuzz, the ElectroHarmonix some-name-with-the-word-tube-in-it
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