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quad slew limiter module?

Post by levelhead3 » Sun Apr 07, 2019 1:21 pm

Is anyone aware of a standalone quad slew limiter/lag processor module?

I know Moon makes the non-standalone 569LE, and I've got a YuSynth dual gated slew, but nowhere can I find a quad single-control slew module.

I've asked Gert if he might be able to combine four of the slew circuits from the 544 into a 525 format module, which would be brilliant, but I suspect that's probably not going to be high on his module development list anytime soon.

Worst case I can cobble two of the YuSynth pcb behind a single space panel and drop the extraneous functionality, but the project list is already long and I was really hoping to find something already in existence.

Thanks!

JohnLRice

Post by JohnLRice » Sun Apr 07, 2019 7:54 pm

If you are into DIY you might be able to wire the 569LE to another panel that would have 8 jacks for the CV I/O?

COTK has a triple lag but if you need 4 channels then you'd still need 1 more. It's also a very basic circuit.
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Post by JohnLRice » Sun Apr 07, 2019 8:20 pm

Or you could convert a couple inexpensive eurorack lags to 5U? Scott at Division6 just confirmed that his dual gated Slew II will work at +-15v

https://www.modulargrid.net/e/division-6-slew-ii
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There are several other eurorack dual lags that might also be desirable candidates for conversion?

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Post by levelhead3 » Sun Apr 07, 2019 11:16 pm

JohnLRice wrote:COTK has a triple lag but if you need 4 channels then you'd still need 1 more. It's also a very basic circuit.
Thanks John. I don't need 4 channels exactly, just wanted more than 2. It's really to mimic the trick I've discovered in the Buchla world, where the 8 channel 255 has become a defacto expander module for the 266.

There are actually 6 outputs on this:

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I doubt my system is big enough to need all 6 output very often, and the module itself comes with a freebie channel via the integrator, so I figured 4 would be fine.

But technically 2x 3 channels would be perfect, wouldn't it? :deadbanana:

If I was going to go DIY Soundtronics has the YuSynth dual slew PCB for under $20 a piece, so I'd just put together a couple of those.

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