[sdiy] Analogue LFOs with Skew and Sync

Pete Hartman pete.hartman at gmail.com
Fri May 22 18:35:21 CEST 2020

Thomas Henry's El Cerrito VCO was able to do VC skew, and while it's not an
LFO per se, it is capable of reaching LFO rates and in fact the version I
built had a switch for LFO mode.

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 8:37 AM ackolonges fds <ackolonges at hotmail.com>

> Hi All!
> You may or may not remember me asking about analogue LFOs with VC-Skew not
> too long ago, and a lot of you provided really useful references and help.
> Thanks for that!
> Well, I'm still working on my ideal LFO, and I'd like it to have a 'sync'
> or 'reset' input. I've looked at a whole bunch of different analogue LFO
> designs out there and have so far found that they seem to *either* have
> skew ability, *or* sync, and I've so far been unable to get a 'skew-core'
> LFO to sync properly in simulation (which I'm defining as 'resets to 0v,
> and continues in the positive direction from there upon receiving a trigger
> signal').
> Does anyone know of any analogue LFO designs that have both skew and sync
> capabilities, or have any ideas relating to that?
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