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Envelator Basics
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Author Envelator Basics
lorenzovektor
I think I downloaded these files from Wiard's site a while ago,

Some Envelator basics



infradead
handy!

thanks
worker8
Just tried to plug audio in the gate input. That works well. Almost an envelope follower.
lorenzovektor
can we sticky this?
jimmyedgar
worker8 wrote:
Just tried to plug audio in the gate input. That works well. Almost an envelope follower.


amazing, i didn't know that//
Kodama
End is cool, it is high as long as the envelope is not active (as opposed to an end of cycle trigger).
infradead
Kodama wrote:
End is cool, it is high as long as the envelope is not active (as opposed to an end of cycle trigger).


ah ha.. thanks things make a bit more sense now.
PhineasFreak
the knobs are odd and the cv's for A/D too i think. without being next to it to check, am sure the knobs go cw for longer unlike my other EGs such as RS60s, and the cv can be input as -ve and +ve to lengthen and shorten unlike some other EGs i've tried...
fac
That's right. The knobs determine the rate of change, not the attack/delay time. It makes more sense when you use the Envelator as an LFO.

BTW.- there are other synths where the length of the envelope stages is determined by a rate control, rather than a time control. The DX7 is one example.
hank
Thank you for this! I thought I had tried all variations of modes/settings when trying to figure out delay, but clearly missed cycle. d'oh!
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