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Subject: RE: [motm] Cascading S&H

From: "Dave Bradley" <daveb@...>
Date: 2000-04-16

Apparently yes. I ran into a website somewhere describing a Moog synth at
some college of music (maybe even UC Berkely?). Moog of course didn't
provide S&H modules except on a custom basis, but this web page describes
several custom modules that they had made to round out the system. One of
them was, surprise! - a triple S&H which passes the output of one to the
next, to achieve a pseudo canonic output. I think that all the inputs and
outputs can be used separately as well if desired.

I already have one of these planned to DIY. Great minds think alike.

Dave Bradley
Principal Software Engineer
Engineering Animation, Inc.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tkacs, Ken [mailto:ken.tkacs@...]
> Sent: Saturday, April 15, 2000 9:35 PM
> To: ''
> Subject: [motm] Cascading S&H
> Does anyone out there have more than one MOTM-100? I'm looking for a
> particular effect and I'm wondering if it works in real life (not just on
> paper).
> Say you had three '100s, dealing here only with the S&H section.
> Could you cascade them so that the output of one feeds the input of the
> next, multing off the signal at each stage, to get a kind of canonic S&H
> output? You know what I mean? One trigger fires all three, and
> each time it
> fires, each S&H "passes on" it's 'value' to the next one in line?
> Does that work?
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