[sdiy] Analog Computers, Rocket City
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Sun Jan 27 10:18:54 CET 2013
I really wish I could find Korn & Korn as an ebook somewhere. I've
wanted to check it out for a while now, but it's not in any local
On Sun, Jan 27, 2013 at 6:02 AM, Lanterman, Aaron
<lanterma at ece.gatech.edu> wrote:
>> Adam Inglis wrote:
>>> These old analogue computers could be pressed into audio synthesis
>>> duties, couldn't they?
> The EML 101 design has an analog computer-ish feel to it. The VCF has a weird integrator structure that uses two capacitors per integrator. Someone -- Harry Bissell, maybe? I can't remember now -- mentioned that was a design that showed up in old-school analog computers.
> I'd highly recommend this book:
> G. A. Korn and T. M. Korn, Electronic Analog and Hybrid Computers. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964.
> It has circuit designs I haven't seen present anywhere else, like a deadband circuit with a diode ring in the feedback loop of an op amp that's used in the Buchla 148 Harmonic Generator, and I think one of the Sources of Uncertainty, IIRC.
> - Aaron
> P.S. As an aside… there's a *life insurance* analog computer on ebay:
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