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Subject: Re: [motm] Food for thought

From: "Microtonal" <microtonal@...>
Date: 2000-08-20

In most cases I don't need a high amount of DC accuracy from a CV mixer.
The exception would be where I want to mix several voltages together and
feed them to the 1V/oct inputs of my VCOs. In that case I prefer those
inputs to be straight mixer inputs without attenuation for highest accuracy,
and to use the highly specified, low offset voltage op amp that Paul was
talking about.

John Loffink

----- Original Message -----
From: <davevosh@...>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, August 19, 2000 6:41 PM
Subject: Re: [motm] Food for thought

> In a message dated 00-08-19 16:39:46 EDT, you write:
> << Anybody can make a mult
> or mixer. >>
> john,
> while the mult is pretty obvious, mixers can be a more subtle thing.
> optimised for cv or audio ? one unit to do both or separate modules? each
> type (vc / audio ) to be super spec`s or just adequate for both ? i think
> recall paul speaking on the problems here related to op amp selection and
> related things - ? not as hard a proposition as a vco maybe but one that
> its own pitfalls!
> best,
> dave v.