AW_2: programmable 16 step shift register?
Chris.List at sc.siemens.com
Fri Dec 12 22:11:40 CET 1997
On Friday, December 12, 1997 3:09 PM, media at mail1.nai.net
[SMTP:media at mail1.nai.net] wrote:
> These are two different things. I used to have an STS catalog but I
> it when I moved :/ The Wilson delay is a BBD delay -- I think the
> thing special about it was that the delay time has CV control.
> (Hey!! I got a few BBD delays/flangers/chorus pedals -- what would it
> to add CV control to them???? )
It shouldn't take very much, but you may not be able to fit 'em in the
box when you're done. The BBD IC is run from a clock. All you need to do
is replace the existing oscillator with a square-wave output VCO. I
think the wilson delay is tuned to 1v/oct for the BBD clock - but
really, how important is that? The Electronote Preffered Circuits
Collection has a few examples of BBD analog delays with CV-able clocks.
I've built one - works pretty well, though it's a little noisy...
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