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Buffered Multiples for CV
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Attorks
I don't know if this is the right forum but I'll just try.
I am looking for a schema for a buffered multiple for CV's. I noticed that when I multiple a CV (unbuffered) to more than 2 VCO's the scaling gets a little flat which is a problem if your CV source is quantized.
lie3vie3
I think this will do the job. I haven't build it myself so I can't say if it will work satisfactorily, but it's easy enough to breadboard first.

Edit: Wrong link ... d'oh! , I see the right one's already linked.
sandyb
Attorks

you'll probably get more answers in the diy section.
i'll move the post for you

sandy
emdot_ambient
Someone in the electro-music forum posted this one:

http://www.musicfromouterspace.com/analogsynth/ControlVoltageDist/Cont rolVoltageDist.html

Two versions, the one on the right is without pots.
HeWhoWantsJeans
emdot_ambient wrote:
Someone in the electro-music forum posted this one:

http://www.musicfromouterspace.com/analogsynth/ControlVoltageDist/Cont rolVoltageDist.html

Two versions, the one on the right is without pots.

thumbs up

Built two myself - pretty goddamn easy.
Attorks
Thank you all for thinking with me. I knew the schema would not be to difficult. Just wondered about which resistors to use and where. Again thanks.
coopersloan
Use LF family of opamps instead of TL0... better (less) dc offset
Attorks
coopersloan wrote:
Use LF family of opamps instead of TL0... better (less) dc offset

Thanks for that tip. Would the LF347 be a good the equivalent for the TL084? The pin-out is the same.
coopersloan
Give LF444 a shot iirc
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