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Subject: RE: RE: [motm] motm100 tech ?

From: "Dave Bradley" <daveb@...>
Date: 2000-05-17

Yes, but this plays back into the original point: listening to dc voltages
results in pops, thuds, or clicks.

That smell you just smelled is your tweeter frying. Your direct coupled amp
burned up the voice coil by attempting to push it out and hold it there,
because it's amplifying dc!

Dave Bradley
Principal Software Engineer
Engineering Animation, Inc.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: ivancu@... [mailto:ivancu@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 12:51 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: RE: [motm] motm100 tech ?
> In a message dated 05/17/2000 1:42:28 PM, daveb@... writes:
> << For the same reason, you can't listen to the output of an envelope
> generator. >>
> Well, I have been known to get a nice click out of an EG to add
> to percussion
> sounds.
> Ivan
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