[sdiy] LFO VC Skew?

ulfur hansson ulfurh at gmail.com
Fri Feb 21 05:24:02 CET 2020

hope you feel better soon david. great work as always!

fim., 20. feb. 2020 kl. 23:13 skrifaði David G Dixon <dixon at mail.ubc.ca>:

> So, after I made that video, my gastritis/duodenitis/pancreatitis flared
> up,
> and I got extremely nauseous, so all I could do was sit in my easy chair
> and
> stare at the TV.
> I felt a little bit better today, but still crappy.  In any case, I have
> added four diodes to the control circuit in my simulation, and can state
> with confidence that this will eliminate the loss of signal at the
> extremes,
> even if the CV signal is too big.
> My plan is to kludge these diodes onto my board (which will be a challenge,
> because I made the layout rather tight) and confirm, and make a new video.
> Hopefully, I'll feel well enough to do that tomorrow.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David G Dixon [mailto:dixon at mail.ubc.ca]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2020 6:26 PM
> To: 'David G Dixon'; 'Jason Proctor'
> Cc: 'SDIY List'
> Subject: RE: [sdiy] LFO VC Skew?
> I think this thing is basically good to go, but I do need to add a little
> something more to limit the behavior to the points where the pot would be
> either fully CW or fully CCW.  In the video, it is obvious that if the CV
> signal is too large or Morph pot isn't well centred, then the morphing is
> allowed to go past the extreme points, and the waveform disappears.  I'll
> be
> messing around with this tonight.
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