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Subject: Re: [motm] lag processor question...

From: jwbarlow@...
Date: 2000-06-20

Damn! This patch won't work in the way I described since the 820 appears to
have no HOLD input (a gate input which holds the output constant regardless
of the input). You'd have to have another S/H in front of the VC LAG input in
order to keep the input from changing (and the output slowly following that

Now it's getting expensive!

In a message dated 6/20/2000 1:27:38 PM, jwbarlow@... writes:

>Now another idea for the 820 LAG PROCESSOR module:
>1) Take a CV source to the input of the 820 (e.g., noise).
>2) Take the 820 output to the input of the 100 (or 101) S/H.
>3) Take the 100 output to a CV input (say a 1v/oct of an oscillator).
>4) Set the lag time to be rather long (like say a 5 octave sweep in thirty
>5) Set the S/H level all the way up.
>This great patch (which I learned from the old Serge manual) keeps step
>small but allows for a full 10V peak to peak swing for the total voltage
>output over time. This means that (in the patch example given above) any
>adjacent notes must be close together, but over time a full ten octaves
>be covered.