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4 HP slew???
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D/A A/D
That would be REALLY nice.

Just a thought...
REwire
Yes Yes Yes! I'm trying to squeeze in a slew for the STG seq but the Bissel is 10hp and Doepfer's are at least 8hp. Such a simple task could be easily done in 4hp.

STG seems the only guy now who's into making 4hp modules. wink

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shamann
Closest would be Analogue Systems' RS350, which is 6HP.
REwire
shamann wrote:
Closest would be Analogue Systems' RS350, which is 6HP.


I've had that one, but it is a global slew with no separate rise and fall controls. I love separete rise and fall with sequencers to get env like effects on each Cv change.

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D/A A/D
I am glad to see that I am not alone! We need more 4 HP modules dammit, but a slew would be fantastic!
cv slime 800
The Oakley little lag is a small one but I don't think it's 4hp, maybe you could coax it behind 4hp if you do the DIY PCB? I'd like to know actually...
D/A A/D
cv slime 800 wrote:
The Oakley little lag is a small one but I don't think it's 4hp, maybe you could coax it behind 4hp if you do the DIY PCB? I'd like to know actually...


Calling Paul!?!?..
wetterberg
I am told it WILL work, and that the pcb is 65mm * 45mm, so that would fit as well.
go get it!
http://www.oakleysound.com/lag.htm
D/A A/D
wetterberg wrote:
I am told it WILL work, and that the pcb is 65mm * 45mm, so that would fit as well.
go get it!
http://www.oakleysound.com/lag.htm


thumbs up
gde
also if you use the lag circuit on the bottom of this

http://musicfromouterspace.com/analogsynth/MULTIFUNCTIONMODULE/images/ mfm_schempg3.gif

you can use a a 074 op amp and you have two slews on one chip and give it a 4 hp panel (assuming you lose the switches or cram them in tight)
krisp14u
with the Oakley little Lag it is doable but would be a little cludgy
you would need to attach the pots with flying wires
find some ingenious way of mounting the PCB (their are no mounting holes)
I would use some thick tinned copper wire soldered in to the pot brackets holes and fastened round the pots

Also the power in is not euro but that is doable also screaming goo yo as are most things in DIY

I'm sure Funky40 put 2 in a single frac space nanners
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