Noise board - super slow random?

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Noise board - super slow random?

Post by Jason Brock » Thu Dec 22, 2011 4:38 pm

So, I noticed in the DIY section it says there is a "super slow" option for the random output on the Noise board.
Does this add a 4th output, separate from the regular random out?
And, are these smooth or stepped?
Can a potentiometer be inserted to control the speed of the random out?

I'm contemplating a dual module. First attempt that the panel is below, and I have room for one more jack or pot.

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Re: Noise board - super slow random?

Post by mmm » Thu Dec 22, 2011 11:03 pm

Jason Brock wrote:So, I noticed in the DIY section it says there is a "super slow" option for the random output on the Noise board.
Does this add a 4th output, separate from the regular random out?
And, are these smooth or stepped?
Can a potentiometer be inserted to control the speed of the random out?

I'm contemplating a dual module. First attempt that the panel is below, and I have room for one more jack or pot.

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Yup. It's there. Plug CF4D is the output.

It's "smooth" Since it's totally analog. Just LP filtered slow random.

It's capacitively filtered so, it's pretty much fixed unless you use a variable capacitor. Those are tough to find in a panel mount :)

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